Tablet PC That Boots Up VIA Flash Memory

by Stephen on August 8, 2008

Quaduro Quadpad E84 ruggedised tablet PC

Quaduro designs its laptop with no internal moving parts, minimising boot up and shut down. It uses flash memory drive at its core. “Quadads” enable interaction directly with the screen, instead of a mouse and keyboard, the tablet becomes convenient and easy to use, you can even use it while standing up, which is perfect for professionals on the move such as doctors, mechanics, warehouse staff. The Quaduro Quadpad E84 has an 8.4″ touchscreen display and uses an 8GB CompactFlash card to store data. The Quaduro E84 features a 1GHz Intel Celeron M processor with 1GB of RAM, while graphics are powered by a 64MB nVidia chip. The screen is readable under sunlight with its 300 nits brightness and resolution of 800 x 600. The Quaduro Quadpad E84 ruggedised tablet PC is due to go onsale through resellers from September. [Quaduro VIA PCadvisor]

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