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TabletKiosk Introduces New UMPC models
Posted on 2-Aug-2006 22:39. | Tags Filed under: News.

TabletKiosk Introduces New UMPC models
TabletKiosk has announced the launch of eo i7209 and eo i7210, additions to the company’s family of ultra-mobile computing solutions (UMPC).

The two new models, powered by Ultra Low Voltage processors from Intel Corporation, are as follows:

  • eo i7210 Intel Pentium M 1.0 GHz ULV / 1.0 GB DDR2 RAM / 60 GB HDD
  • eo i7209 Intel Celeron M 900 MHz ULV / 512 MB DDR2 RAM / 30 GB HDD

    The eo i7200 series incorporates an integrated 1.3 Mega pixel CMOS camera with video capture capabilities, as well as a built-in, 4-in-1 media card reader (supports SD/SDIO/MMC/MS) for taking and sharing digital photos and videos. For easy connectivity to the internet or SOHO networks, both units feature 802.11 b/g wireless LAN and Bluetooth v1.2.

    The eo i7200 series comes preloaded with Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005 with Touch Pack and is certified Microsoft Windows Vista capable and features a 7” LCD touch screen with handwriting recognition, an on-screen keyboard, voice recognition, and external control devices, including a full roaming thumb joystick and dedicated left and right mouse buttons.

    The eo i7200 series comes bundled with the eo i72DC Docking Cradle which adds features to offer the flexibility and usability of a desktop PC. Sporting four additional USB 2.0 Ports, a 10/100 Mbps Ethernet Networking Port, S-Video Out and VGA Out with Dual monitor support, the eo i7200 series can be used in conjunction with the most popular computing accessories, including monitor, mouse and optical drive.

    The device measure 8.88” W x 5.67” H x .98” D and weigh 1.83 lbs. (with battery pack).

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