Kupa has rolled out x11 tablet that is powered by the Intel Atom Oak Trail platform. Unlike most tablets, the chip is based on x86 infrastructure which is the chief reason why the company is retailing it with Windows 7 operating system. The battery of X11 is beefy enough (52Wh) and can give you up to 10 hours of continuous runtime on a single charge.
The innards of this tablet are pretty much just like any other netbook. However, it does offers some perks like high resolution 1366 x 768 display and multi touch gesture support that can register up to 10 fingers at a time. Kupa will be selling two versions of this tablet.
1) 64GB SSD version that will retail for 700 dollars
2) 128GB SSD version that will cost you 1000 dollars.
Optional features include built in 3G and GPS radio. Other specs include 2x USB 2.0 ports, mini HDMI, two camera (front, rear – 3 and 5 mega pixel respectively), microphone, headphone jack, 802.11n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 3.0. The X11 tablet measures 271.7 x 185.4 x 15.2mm and weighs in at 910 grams.
Check out Atom’s successor – Cedarview M for tablets.related queries: Kupa X11 review
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