Albatron, a Taiwan-based company specializing in designing and developing NVIDIA-based motherboards and graphics cards, as well as industrial motherboards, DRAM modules and other audio-related products will also be making its debut in the portable computer systems market with the release of its first mini Tablet PC called the Albatron Tee PC.
The Tee PC is for folks who want the option of a tablet PC inside a netbook form factor. It has been designed as a straightforward Tablet PC and is not meant in any way to compete with sub-notebook products like the Asus EEE PC. It features a 7-inch display, capable of outputting a maximum resolution of 800 by 480 pixels. There’s 128MBB of DDR memory and a 128MB NAND flash storage solution which can be extended through the SD Card expansion slot. The Tee PC also has WiFi and Bluetooth support, and runs a Win CE 6.0 operating system with pre-installed WordPad, MediaPlayer and Internet Explorer. A software-based keyboard for data input is provided, but users can also choose to connect a standard USB keyboard through an available USB slot. The battery has a maximum lifetime of 10.8 working hours and the Tee PC weights a maximum of 343g.
It has low configuration as compared to a standard netbook, but you can also insert it into a docking station that will equip it with USB ports, integrated speakers and audio ports. But the question remains, who will buy this inspite of all the netbooks being available with a cheap price and good configuration. No details about its pricing is known yet.
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