LG Electronics., launched the first ever edition of a Tablet computer powered by Microsoft’s Windows 7 OS. The tablet computer, more known as E-Note H1000B, has been made available currently for the Korean market. On the first view, the LG Windows 7 Tablet previewed, a touch and style, more of an Apple iPad.
LG Electronics, a global electronics company based in South Korea, is the world’s second-largest manufacturer of Television sets and third largest producer of mobile phones. With leading and trusted electronic devices worldwide, the Korean company fights to become the largest in Tablet sales.
The LG Windows 7 Tablet, E-Note H1000B, features a 10.1-inch touchscreen compared to Apple iPad’s 9.7-inch display. A 10.1 inch screen might win user demand over the iPad. The E-Note H1000B is powered by an Intel Atom Z510 or Z530 CPU, backed by 1GB of RAM with a storage capacity of 16GB.
The tablet computer supports all communication means in the modern era including Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, a SD card reader and two USB 2.0 slots.
The LG tablet might not bring excitement to some as it plans to launch the gadget at a price of $850.
via [Akhibara News]