I’m not trying to offense the company, but this Windows 7 tablet is just too expensive, as expensive as a mid-stream gaming desktop.
I’m not sure who’s going to spend that lots of money when there are lots of other choices of tablet PCs, but if you are willing to fork out 990 Euros or about $1,340 USD for buying one tablet PC, then you can hit the more link below for the details…
eviGroup has just announced the next gen of their Paddle Windows 7 tablet, the Paddle Pro tablet. This tablet is sporting head-tracking technology with touch-less controlling, and it has a nice specification which including Intel Atom 1.66GHz N450 pine trail processor, Intel GMA 3150 integrated graphic card, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD, card reader for SD/MMC, and lots more other stuffs including WiFi, 3G, HDMI output, headset jack, long life battery at 9-hours operation per charge and running the original Windows 7 Home Premium OS.
It certainly a netbook-like specs, and worth a second looking if you have got money to spend. But at the level of $1,340 USD per unit, it really ask people to think twice before stacking their money on the table.