Pioneer computers has launched a new tablet PC in the Australian market that is on the same lines as the WeTab (also known as WePad) manufactured by Neofonie in Germany; the only difference being that this a Windows powered device and not Linux like the German tablet.
The Pioneer Dreambook ePad runs on an Intel Atom N450 1.66GHz processor with graphics capabilities powered by Intel GMA 3150 graphics and NVIDIA ION graphics. The ePad has an internal memory of 2GB and comes in three different storage capacities of 16GB, 32GB and 64GB. The tablet has a 11.6-inches capacitive touch screen display with 1366×768 resolution and supports Apple’s proprietary multitouch input.
Other features include support for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3G, GPS and mini-HDMI. The 2 battery cells should provide a decent battery life of up to 6 hours. Unlike the WeTab, the Pioneer Dreambook ePad L11 tablet runs on Windows 7 Home Premium. Australian customers can now purchase the tablet at a starting price of AUD 699 (approx. $589 USD)
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