The pill of the French ExoPC who actually will have to have arrived in March, it was once now not except September on the market. The preliminary specs are smartly on the overhauled. Together with the reveal and the CPU were modified.
Early this year the French showed his first tablet ExoPC. It was a 8.9 "multitouch device, running Windows 7, with a heart of Intel Atom N270. Users should be able to get the tablet in March. The release date was not met, the company pushed the tablet into the summer and also promised to implement a hardware upgrade. In April it became clear that the tablet on a new generation Atom chip would rotate the screen to be adjusted.
ExoPC now has the final specifications of the device and put online that show a lot different from what was announced at launch. The ExoPC Slate gets a 11.6 "display with a resolution of 1366×768 pixels with multitouch support. The device accommodates an Atom N450 CPU, assisted by a Crystal HD Broadcom chip for decoding HD video, according to the Blogue geek. Furthermore, the tablet 2GB RAM and a 32GB or 64GB-SSD for storage. On the outside are two USB ports, audio jacks, a card reader, speakers, a mini-HDMI port and a 1.3 megapixel webcam back found. In wireless field support the Slate wifi b / g / n and Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR. The battery should be good for five hours use.
ExoPC also devotes much attention to the software side of the device. To flip a separate shell on top of Windows 7 and the company plans to release the line to have a appstore. [via Engadget]
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