Kupa's UltraNote- which launches in November - is one tricked out Windows 8 tablet.
The device boasts a 10-inch screen and promises just about any feature you could think of in a premium tablet. First off, the tablet screen resolution is 1920 x 1200, and yes, it supports 10 points of touch. The tablet is also equipped with an active digitizer capable of sensing 1024 levels of pressure paired with a digital pen.
The tablet will be available with a variety of Intel processors, including the Core i3, i5, and i7 . RAM will range from 4 GB to 8 GB, and the tablet can be loaded with either 64 GB or 128 GB of SSD storage.
Additional specs include a pair of USB 3.0 ports, an HDMI output, integrated Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 4G LTE connectivity, RFID capability, and NFC technology. The battery is hot-swappable and promises up to seven hours per charge. In addition, the UltraNote features a five-megapixel rear camera along with a two-megapixel front camera. It is surprisingly portable considering the above-mentioned specs, weighing in at just 1.7 pounds.
The tablet will also be available with an optional keyboard docking station that adds an one more USB port, Ethernet, video output, and a memory card reader. As expected, the keyboard dock is equipped with its own battery, extending the runtime for the tablet up to 12 hours.
One of the more notable features? The tablet employs a modular design - allowing users to add panels to the left and right sides for additional features. Unfortunately, pricing for the tablet has yet to be announced, but don't expect this to be a budget offering - despite the relatively unknown brand-name.