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Tega v2 Windows 7 Tablet

Tegatech announced Tega v2 tablet.Tega v2 tablet is Windows 7 tablet is full wireless configraed tablet.Tega v2 tablet will available in North America, Europe, Australia & New Zealand on October 12th…..

It is with much excitement and anticipation that Tegatech share with you some details of the upcoming release of TEGA v2. With capacitive multi-touch screen, built-in 3G, accelerometers to register rotation and approximately 5hrs battery life. The TEGA v2 will impress greatly when coupled with Windows 7 and will be available from September onwards.

While many have crucified Windows based Tablets, let’s face it, few offices use something other than Windows. For better or worse, Windows is most companies’ Operating System of choice, and it’s easier to have all machines, even tablets, running the same platform. The TEGA v2 (870g including battery) is almost as thin as the iPad (14mm vs. iPad 12mm), it’s a full-bodied PC with USB ports, front cameras, Adobe Flash capability, and memory card slots galore. The inclusion of accelerometers (for easy rotation) and capacitive touchscreen for silky navigation means the TEGA v2 is a true contender.

Buying from Tegatech could be beneficial to business owners because the touch tablet company would likely give purchasing deals and discounts, and streamline purchase orders. Using the same company would mean IT managers would only need to contact one vendor and use only one help desk. Tegatech has spent more than 10 years wooing corporate clients and business owners with reliable and hardworking machines, and it knows how to treat its business clients well.

While Tegatech offerings are new, they’re worth reviewing and considering as one of the only alternatives to the iPad niche. Although most are happy with iPad functionality, the new TEGA v2 will likely create a product that will meet most business needs. The only problem is that it needs to be successful to make way for any real competition with Apple. While no business should take on an inferior product to create an open market, business owners need to partake and explore other options to ensure a better marketplace.

Via :tegatech.com.au

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