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Arbor launches an Intel Atom-based tablet PC
Press release, August 19; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 19 August 2008]

Arbor has launched the Gladius G0710 full-featured tablet PC which has passed IP-54 certification and met the Military Standard 810F tests for vibration, crash shock and transit drop, according to the company. The PC features an Intel Atom CPU.

The G0710 comes with a 7-inch sunlight-readable LCD touch screen supporting a resolution of 1024×600. The G0710 is equipped with 2-megapixel CCD camera, microphone, Bluetooth module and Gb LAN. In addition, the G0710 provides one serial port and two USB 2.0 ports for expansion, eight function keys for operation, one 1.8-inch hard disk drive and 1-4G USB DOM for storage.

Arbor Gladius G0710 tablet PC based on Intel Atom processor

Arbor Gladius G0710 tablet PC
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