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Albatron unveils mini tablet PC with touch screen
Press release, August 25; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Monday 25 August 2008]

Albatron Technology is gearing up to roll out its first mini tablet PC – Tee PC – which features a 400MHz ARM926 CPU, 128MB of NAND flash memory for storage and 128MB DDR system memory. The PC also features an SD Card expansion slot for extra storage capacity.

The PC comes with a docking station, power adapter and stylus. The system uses Microsoft's Windows CE 6.0 operating system and ships with software including WordPad, Media Player and Internet Explorer.

The Tee PC features built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth plus a swivel camera which can be used for video calling.

Albatron Tee PC mini tablet PC specifications

Item

Detail

CPU

400MHz ARM926 processor

Display

7-inch widescreen 800×480 resolution

Memory

SO-DIMM DDR 128MB

Storage

128MB NAND flash

Dimensions

18.8×11.3×1.29 cm

Weight

343g

OS

Windows CE6.0

Additional features

Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 0.3/1.3-megapixel swivel camera

Source: Company, compiled by Digitimes, August 2008

Albatron Tee PC mini tablet PC

Albatron Tee PC mini tablet PC
Photo: Company

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