Yes, Android tablets may be all the rage at this year's consumer electronics show in Las Vegas. So, we are certainly glad to see AHX Global giving Windows enthusiasts some much-needed mobile love with the iTablet.
This tricked-out device runs Windows 7 Home Premium and is powered by an Intel Atom Z530 1.6GHz processor with 2GB DDR2 SDRAM.
iTablet also boasts a 10.1" widescreen capacitive touchscreen, along with an integrated graphics processor that delivers high quality images at up to 1024 x 600 resolution in either landscape or portrait formats.
Additional specs include:
- Onscreen keyboard.
- 32GB storage capacity.
- Integrated SD card reader.
- Built-in stereo speakers/stereo headphone jack/mic.
- 2 mega-pixel webcam.
- Bluetooth and 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi networking.
- Full Flash compatibility.
- Two USB 2.0 (where is USB 3?! )ports.
- Dimensions - 271 x 163 x 16m.
- Weight - under 1kg.
So, how will this Windows 7 tablet fare against its Android and iOS rivals?
Well, AHX Global CEO Francis Davis told TG Daily that iTablet "fills the gap in the market" for business and lifestyle users for whom connectivity to Wi-Fi networks is a "key" requirement.
"iTablet is the hardest working tablet computer on the market today and will revolutionize the way that Windows users can access and use data on the move," claimed Davis.
"It is a genuine tablet computer that is both familiar and intuitive to use with existing Windows applications and meets the needs of users to gather, create, process, share and act on data around the clock regardless of location."