IN Media Introduces $399 10" Tablet PC

If you blink, you'll probably miss out on another tablet announcement. IN Media is releasing one this week, but unlike the bulk of them, this one is using Windows 7. Few Win7 tablets have been released on the market, and there definitely needs to be increased competition in that area. The company's Windows 7 Tablet PC has a 1.66GHz Atom processor, a 160GB hard drive, an HDMI output, a forward-facing camera, 10" LCD touch screen, a headphone jack, a couple of USB ports and an SD card slot. All that for $399, which definitely undercuts some of the bigger names out there. Have a look below for a video of the device in use.


IN Media Announces Windows 7 Tablet PC
 
One of the world's first tablets to run world's most ubiquitous operating system

LOS ALTOS, Calif., Dec. 22, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- IN Media Corp. (OTC Bulletin Board: IMDC) today announced the release of the Windows 7 Tablet PC, The Tablet PC runs on the full featured Windows 7 operating system the most popular operating system in the world. The product is powered by the 1.66GHZ Intel Atom processor and unlike most tablets comes with a whopping 160 GB hard drive of storage built in allowing users to store all their content including music, games and movies. The Tablet comes with an HDMI interface for viewing high definition content on the tablet or via the tablet to a large screen HD TV.

With a forward facing camera and an 11 1/4 by 6 inch brilliant LCD screen Skyping and social networking are being brought to a whole new level. The product also comes with built in eReader functionality of a Kindle as one of its many feature sets.

"We wanted to launch a tablet that did everything, not just a media player or eReader or net book but all those things and much more," stated IN Media C.E.O. Nick Karnik. "Now users have the power of a full computer in a sleek and elegant format."

The Windows 7 Tablet PC had all the full functionality of a PC in an elegant and efficient tablet format and because of the operating system users are not limited to what type of video formats they can view as all are supported including the most popular, Flash.

The product is scheduled for shipment in Q1m 2011 and will roll out in Asia and the U.S. with at a suggested retail price of $399.

About IN Media Corp

IN Media Corp is an integrator of Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) services, products and content for major platform and service providers (e.g. cable, satellite, and Internet providers). IN Media provides a combination of products and services: set-top box hardware and software services, manufacturing of the set-top boxes, library of content and content aggregation for platform providers to implement an all-in-one solution for IPTV services. More information can be found at: http://www.inmediacorp.com. 
Via:  PR Newswire
Tags:  Atom, tablet, slate
Comments
3vi1 4 years ago

Estimated battery life: Bring a power cord.

Are people so afraid of change that they'll buy this simply because it runs Windows? I can't see anyone buying this unless they are under the sorely mistaken idea that it will be powerful enough to run Windows games - everything else is less expensive and has better performance under an ARM powered Android or Meego tablet.

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