Released March, 2010
The Pros:2GB of RAM and a full 160GB HDD. GPS. 3G and WiFi connectivity.
The Cons:High price. Windows 7 is not a proper tablet OS, difficult and unintuitive pure tablet hardware. Runs on the previous generation Atom platform.
The DigitalRise X9 is a multi-touch tablet PC featuring a 10.2” multi-touch display, an Intel Atom N270 processor, and 2GB of DDR2 RAM. It’s only available from a few select Internet import shops (ChinaGrabber) at a hefty $999.99, but it offers a wide-range of advanced features, including WiFi coupled with WCDMA/TD-SCDMA/CDMA2000 3G connectivity, a 160GB SATA hard-disc drive, and built-in GPS navigation.
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Included also is a 1.3MP web-camera, Memory expansion via USB or a memory card, and Bluetooth. It comes preloaded with Windows 7.
- Multi-Touch Tablet
- 10.2” Multi-Touch Display
- Intel Atom Processor
- DDR2 RAM
- SATA HDD
- WiFi Connectivity
- 3G Connectivity
- Integrated GPS
- USB Interface
- Four-in-1 Card Reader
- Windows 7 OS
- Model: X9
- CPU: Atom N270 (1.6GHz)
- Memory: 2GB DDR2
- HDD: 2.5” SATA (160GB)
- Display: 10.2” TFT Multi-Touch (1024x600)
- Battery: 300mAh Li-Ion
- Webcam: 1.3MP
- Networks: 802.11a/b/g, CDMA-SCDMA, CDMA2000
- Video Card: Intel 950 Integration
- I/O: USB, SD/MS/MMC/MS-Pro, Monitor, RJ-45, DC, Microphone, Earphone
User Reviews (2)
2GB of RAM and a full 160GB HDD
runs a full operating system (Windows 7)
Windows 7 is not a proper tablet OS, difficult and unintuitive pure tablet hardware
runs on the previous generation Atom platform
not as slick as the iPad or joojoo
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