iiView Vpad iPad compete with netbook capabilities

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Released in January by Apple iPad device can be regarded as a device for reading electronic books, and can be as a tablet. In the latter case iiView Vpad is its direct competitor, which can be observed from the title of this gadget. That's only to compare them would be not entirely true, since the model of Apple can not boast functionality netbook, but Vpad does not have the concise design. Lack of refined forms are designed to compensate for Intel Atom N270 processor with a clock speed of 1.6 GHz and 10.2-inch touch screen with a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels. In addition to the basic kit includes three USB-ports, mic and audio out, VGA-out, module Wi-Fi 802.11n, and Windows 7 Starter Edition.

Similarity with the iPad demonstrates the approach to production models on the market. Tablet iiView Vpad will be supplied in four versions. The most simple, cost $ 499, get 160 GB disk, 1 GB of RAM, a built-in 1.3-megapixel camera and a rechargeable battery provides up to 3 hours of battery life with the possibility of installing higher capacity battery, which will last for 8 hours. The next model, the cost is 599 dollars differs 320 GB hard drive and 2 GB of RAM. Third ($ 599) and fourth ($ 699) repeat the first and second respectively, but with the addition of 3G communications module, which may, depending on the market to support WCDMATD-SCDMACDMA2000 network.

Tablet iiView Vpad already available for order through the website of the manufacturer.


Tablet PC accessories said...

A lot of these tablet/slate makers are really forgetting that formfactor, battery life, and screen quality are the only things that are really defining tablets from conventional computers. All these guys stuffing an atom behind a cheaply made screen are comply off-mark.