Albatron Tee PC Tablet unveiled

Posted on Saturday, Aug 23 2008 @ 21:53 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Albatron has announced a new mini tablet PC dubbed Tee PC. This little device has a 7" touchscreen and runs the mobile Windows CE 6.0 operating system. The system has a 400MHz ARM926 processor, 128MB NAND flash memory and 128MB SODIMM DDR memory.
Unpack n’ Play
The “Tee PC” comes ready-to- use straight out of the box with all the hardware and software you need, including a docking station, power adapter and a touch pen. The Windows CE 6.0 operating system is pre-installed with WordPad, MediaPlayer and Internet Explorer. The “Touch” screen and touch pen take care of navigating the Windows interface. A software-based keyboard is provided for data input but a standard USB keyboard can also be attached. The Tee PC can be operated stand-alone using its internal battery or can be attached to a docking station.

Connect anytime and carry anywhere!
With expanding metropolitan network access and Tee PC’s Wireless or Blue Tooth facilities, you virtually have anytime/anywhere web browsing, email and other network conveniences. The 18.8x11.3x 1.3 cm dimensions and 343 grams give you an idea of how slim and portable the Tee PC really is.

Multimedia to go! Ready Camera … and Action!
A swivel camera is located on the frame of the touch screen and can be used for such < things as visual chatting. Speakers are located in the docking station or you can attach external speakers or earphones to the jacks located on the tablet. The “Tee PC” also comes with two USB 2.0 connectors for the rest of your gadgets. The graphics facilities in this product can decode H.264, MPEG4 and VGA at 30 fps.


Source: Hot Hardware


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