Another day, another tablet. Tablet release has become so a natural stuff lately because of the uprising trend. Everyone wants a tablet (not laptop anymore) and every IT company want to crank out a tablet for their market. It’s been so crowded of a similar minded company that produce similar specs tablet PC, but Novatech has been able to differ themselves from the crowd by creating the nTablet Tablet that has the dual boot capability. Well, it seems fresh to us, especially where we’ve been flooded with bunch of Android tablet lately.
This Novatech nTablet tablet is capable of choosing to boot into Google Android OS or Microsoft Windows 7 on the startup, and this is pretty a nice features for the geeks that love both Android and Windows 7.
The Novatech nTablet itself is designed with the similar framework as Viewsonic Viewpad 100 (which is the Tegatech Tega V2), and the system is going to features 1.66Ghz Intel Atom N550 processor (dual core), 1GB of DDR3 RAM, 32GB SSD, and it will comes with a netbook sized 10.1-inch capacitive multi-touchscreen supporting 1024 x 600 pixels resolution.
Other specs also includes 1.3MP webcam, WiFi b/g/n connectivity, 2 USB ports, and 4200mAh battery.
Novatech nTablet tablet will come in two version, with OS or blank. The blank model (no OS installed) will cost £349.99 about $552, while the model with dual boot (Android and Windows 7) will be priced at $693.