Dutch manufacturers Ambiance Technology have unveiled the AT-Tablet, described as the first European 3G touchpad operated by Windows 7 Home Premium.
“The new tablet PC performance matches every modern laptop and – unlike his famous counterpart the iPad – allows all Windows software to be used,” air-punched the press release in machine English.
The AT-Tablet is expected to hit the shelves next month and certainly comes with a few features absent from the all-conquering iPad, including a 1.3 mega-pixel webcam, two USB ports, card reader, LAN and a mini VGA connector to a LCD monitor.
10″ screen and 3G
Packing a 10″, 1024 x 600 pixels multi touch capacitive screen, the AT-Tablet also comes with 802.11n/b/g onboard, a 160 Gb hard drive, Bluetooth and a built-in standard SIM card slot with a HSUPA module supplying a download speed up to 7.2 Mbps. The tablet also supports HSUPA/ HSDPA/ UMTS / EDGE/ GPRS.
There’s a 3000mA battery fitted into the 65 x 166 x 18mm tablet, although there’s no information on the all-important battery life rating or pricing,
If it’s going to cost more than an iPad, then I think it’s fair to say sales will be modest, at best.
Display 10 “Multi-Touch LCD Screen capicitive 16:9 1024 x 600
Storage 160GB HDD / 1GB Memory / SD card reader
Processor Intel Atom N450 1.66GHz
3G HSDPA and 3G UMTS
1.3 MP Webcam
Gravity Sensors Yes
WiFi IEEE 802.11b / g, WEP, WPA, and WPA2
Yes VGA connector, Mini VGA
Dimensions 265 x 166 x 18
Additional SDCARD reader, 2 x USB 2.0, LAN connector