Thursday, April 8, 2010

Hiton HT-960 9-Inch Tablet PC

The gesture of Windows 7 multi-touch and touchscreen capabilities might be the reason why companies starts to bring out the best they can do to produce a bumping model for iPad. Just like what Hiton HT-960 tablet which is now on its way to bring the true power of touchscreen friendly feature on this new form of PC. It's just an 8.9-inches model but surprisingly, it is powered by Intel Atom N270 processor, a pretty sluggish platform but somehow could actually bring the most of your device in terms of computing power.

Folks may start to look for a slightly budget-friendly model other than the Apple slate, right? And probably, Hiton HT-960 tablet could offer us what we are looking for because according to Engadget, this will come a little more cheaper than the blockbuster tablet of Steve Jobs.

In terms of specs, Hiton HT-960 will come with a 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 platform, a native 1024 x 600-pixels display (touchscreen of course), 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi connectivity, 3G modem (optional), and a SIM card slot which could be extended to work as a mobile handset too. Although, it is not totally designed for Windows 7 because this model will come loaded with XP computing platform, a promising features might need to be discovered soon just like with JooJoo Internet tablet.

Other peripherals for Hiton HT-960 includes a built-in webcam, 3-USB ports, and SD card slot to support most of our mini storage modules. According to Engadget, this will come for $418 only, a quite reasonable price for a tablet already.

Hiton HT-960 Tablet PC



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