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Hey look, it’s the iTablet!



iTabletX2And it’s a Windows 7 netbook in slate form. Having trouble pulling up the site (must be getting slammed), but a company in the UK called X2 is running with the “i” prefix and slapping it on a tablet with 1.6GHz Intel processor (presumably Atom) and option of 10.2″ or 12.1″ screen. About an inch and a half thick (no option on that), and no word if the screen is resistive, capacitive, active, and/or multi-touch. Specs include 250GB of storage (presumably HDD), 3G, Bluetooth, three USB ports, HDMI-out, and 1.3MP webcam. It supposedly runs Windows 7 (not sure which version is included), but the screenshot shows XP.

Via Gizmodo > Electricpig



  1. Gary

    02/05/2010 at 7:18 pm

    1 1/2″…WOW…that is CHUNKY for a slate! Most TPC convertibles are slimmer than that, aren’t they? Ahh…now if only that was 1/2″ thick, 8-10 hours of battery, runs iPhone OS (oops, wrong device)….I mean runs cool, active digitizer…then we’ve got a thing of beauty!

  2. Ben

    02/05/2010 at 7:32 pm

    Yea, most convertibles are probably a little over 1 inch thick. This piece of junk isn’t going anywhere. Besides, Apple owns the name iTablet in the US.

  3. jethro_static

    02/06/2010 at 1:33 am

    Wow..1 1/2. Most convertibles is 1 1/2 inch n that’s with a KB.I’ll take that thickness on a huge 17 inch where I’ll use it on a desktop to draw. maybe even bigger screen.

  4. Bishop

    02/06/2010 at 7:57 pm

    That’s the first TabletKiosk slate. It had iTablet on it’s face too.

  5. SAM

    02/08/2010 at 2:30 pm

    Does it have a CD drive, camera, and hot water heater in that thickness?
    Maybe mis-stated spec in the translation?

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