A new tablet device has appeared carrying the name of ‘Pegatron MasterPad‘. This MasterPad is a Windows 7 powered tablet PC, which mean it can run many application that you throw in, including the no-brainer flash support.
Pegatron has 11.6-inch IPS screen supporting 1,366 x 768, but it could be used to playback 1080p video without problem. To be exact, Pegatron MasterPad is actually a ‘Netbook’ system that have no physical keyboard attached (in exchange of the touchscreen functionality). The Pegatrn MasterPad tablet is powered by Intel Atom N450 Pine Trail that run at 1.66GHz, has 3G connectiviy, get a 32GB or 64GB SSD storage, 2 x USB ports, 1.3MP webcam, memory card reader, accelerometer and mini HDMI port. It looks very ‘netbook’ from the specs list, however, the only downside that we have come to know is the battery life that’s pretty short at 5 hours only.
According to Engadget, Pegatron MasterPad Windows 7 Tablet PC is going to hit the store in the coming months in this year.