Meopad T740 - 7-inch MID at the base of the first generation of NVIDIA Tegra and Windows CE

Monday, September 20, 2010

NVIDIA Tegra platform is the first generation, despite the good opportunities, almost in demand from manufacturers of portable electronics. From the well-known products based on it we can recall except that media players Microsoft Zune HD and Samsung YP-M1. The fate of the second generation NVIDIA Tegra, most likely formed more successful thanks to booming market Tablet PCs, where it came just in time.

However, the Japanese company Kaga Hightech in its mobile Internet device called Meopad T740 decided to use just the first generation of NVIDIA Tegra (CPU Tegra APX 2600). In addition, the novelty has 7-inch screen with a capacitive multi-touch support and a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels, 512 MB RAM and 4 GB internal flash memory, as well as the module Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g. The operating system is a customized version of Windows CE 6.0 R3.

In Room Meopad T740 also includes a slot for memory card microSDHC, video output, Mini USB port and headphone jack. Device weighs 445 grams, has a thickness of 14.6 mm, and the battery capacity of 2300 mAh enough for 4 hours video and 50 hours of standby time. Note the presence of Flash support and formats WMV, AVI, MOV and MP4/H.264. Sales Meopad T740 in Japan will begin in October for 39,800 yen, and the first 2,000 customers will get free of the MID keyboard, shown in the picture.