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Tablet PC

Toshiba Protege M930 Convertible Windows 8 Tablet

The new Toshiba Protege M930 convertible Windows 8 tablet has a 13.3-inch LCD display with a 1280 x 800 pixels resolution. Weighing at only 4 pounds, the tablet PC is powered by an Intel i5 Core processor with a 4GB of RAM and a 256GB of solid state drive (SSD). Watch the video after the jump to get more details. Read more

GammaTech Durabook R13C Tablet PC

by Johan on December 14, 2011

GammaTech Durabook R13C Tablet PC

The Gammatech Durabook R13C is a fully rugged 13.3-inch tablet PC, which is an upgraded version of the Durabook R13S. The new tablet PC supports MIL-STD-810G requirements for drop, shock, spill and dust resistance. It is also rated IP65 for water and dust protection. The GammaTech Durabook R13C features an Intel Core Low Power i7-620M vPro processor, an 8GB of RAM, a shock-mounted 2.5-inch SATA hard disk drive, an ultra slim super-multi DVD drive, an RS-232 serial port, two USB ports, a SIM card connector, an SD card reader, a fingerprint scanner, Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 1.2, a Smart Card reader and a Kensington lock. Unfortunately, there is no info on pricing so far. [GammaTech]

NEC ShieldPRO N22G Rugged Tablet PC

by Johan on September 20, 2011

NEC ShieldPRO N22G Rugged Tablet PC

NEC Japan has unveiled the ShieldPRO N22G rugged tablet PC, which is designed for use in severe environments. Compliant with the IP65 (International Protection Rating), the computer features a 1.33GHz Intel Core i7-660UE processor with an Intel QM57 chipset, a 12.1-inch (1,024×768) touchscreen display, a 4GB of RAM, up to 160GB of HDD, and an optional 32GB SSD. Weighing at only 2.7kg, the NEC ShieldPRO N22G also offers three USB ports, IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, Gigabit Ethernet and a dual language (English/Japanese) keyboard. No word on pricing at this time. [Akihabara]

MobileDemand xTablet C1200 Convertible Tablet

by Johan on February 4, 2011

Mobile Demand has unveiled a new rugged tablet PC that is able to handle the bumps, drops and spills of real-world use. The xTablet C1200 Convertible Tablet PC meets MIL-STD 810G requirements and tested to survive drops from 4 feet. A special spill resistant design protects the keyboard, touchpad, speakers, wireless and power switches. This unique spill-guard design extends the life of the device by allowing liquids to dissipate through the bottom of the computer reducing the risk of damage. The tablet PC features a 12.1-inch (1280×800) convertible TFT backlit touchscreen with a sunlight readable display option, an Intel Core i5 520UM processor with Turbo Boost up to 1.86GHz, an Intel HM55 chipset and a 2GB RAM (upgradeable up to 8GB). For storage, the rugged Tablet PC relies on a choice of 64GB-256GB Solid State drives (a shock-mounted HDD option is also available), while the tablet also comes with an Express 34 card slot, SDHC card reader, and I/O ports with USB, e-SATA, serial, audio and smart card reader, a 1.3 mega-pixel camera, as well as WLAN and WWAN compatibility, optional Bluetooth and Gobi 2000 radio for 3G communication and GPS. [RuggedTabletPC]

The new Samsung Sliding Series Tablet features a 10.1-inch (1366 x 768 pixel) display, a 1.66GHz Intel Atom Oak Trail chip, a 2GB of DDR2 memory and a choice of 32GB or a 64GB mSATA solid state disk. Measuring 10.5-inch x 7-inch x 0.8-inch and weighing about 2.2 pounds, the gadget runs on the Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium with “Samsung Touch Launcher” software. Other important specs include an HDMI output, a USB 2.0 port, a 1.3MP camera, 802.11b/g/n WiFi and an optional 4G WiMAX. Its 6-cell Lithium Polymer battery provides up to 9-hour of battery life. The Samsung Sliding Series Tablet will be launched in March 2011 for $699 upwards. [Liliputing]

Sony Vaio Tablet PC Has Been Approved By The FCC

by Johan on December 22, 2010

It seems that Sony will launch the Sony Vaio Tablet PC in the US market very soon, because the FCC has finally approved this gadget. Known as the PCG-31211L, the tablet supports 802.11 b/g/n wireless capabilities and Bluetooth. FCC documents also show that the device uses Sony’s VGP-BPL21 battery, which is the same battery used in the company’s F, NW, CW, Y, S, B and SR series notebooks. Too bad, there is no further info about this upcoming tablet PC. Stay tuned for more updates. [Wireless Goodness]

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