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Ergo Windows 7 Tablet

Ergo is a fancy new 11-inch windows 7 tablet which hits Italian market.Ergo have¬† Windows Embedded Compact 7 with a special touch UI…..

The 11-inch tablet most popular of 2010 arrived in Italy thanks to Ergo. The Italian systems integrator announced a SMAU 2010, to mark the first anniversary of Windows 7, a tablet-based Microsoft OSE derived from the concept that Pegatron had peeped at CES 2010 in Hall and the Redmond company has been a considerable interest audiences around the world which will be available in Italy thanks to Ergo, with a little surprise.

Although the design and materials used for the chassis remains unchanged, in fact, the Italian manufacturer has not given up on customizing the hardware equipment of the tablet Pegatron add some premium features like 2.0 MP camera instead of a 1.3 MP webcam standard, GPS, ambient light sensor and 3G connectivity, all features suggested by the young participants in a focus group.

Ergo the tablet will have a 11.6 inch screen with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, ideal for reading and watching movies. The installed processor is an Intel Atom N455 model, supported by 1GB of DDR3 RAM and 32GB or 64GB SSD drive. Connectivity includes a wide range of interfaces including two USB ports and a mini-HDMI. Ergo the tablet will be equipped with operating system Windows 7 Home Premium, suitably optimized to achieve 5 hours of operating time (compared to 3 hours of battery initially offered).

The prototype presented at the 2010 SMAU also has a simplified GUI that allows immediate access to their catalogs media and a rich set of customizable gadgets including of course the clients to stand out the most popular social networking sites like Twitter. Ergo the tablet goes on sale in Italy next month on various channels, including also the online shop of Ergo, at a price not yet known.

Via :notebookitalia.it

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