X2 Computing Launches The iTablet

U.K.-based company X2 Computing has released the iTablet and filled it with some of the iPad’s shortcomings.

U.K.-based company X2 Computing has released the iTablet and filled it with some of the iPad’s shortcomings. The iTablet will surely become just another tablet PC in the sea of unknown tablets while the Apple iPad soars to success in a couple months.

The iTablet is a range of Windows 7 and Linux tablet PC’s that come in 10.2-inch and 12.1-inch varieties. The displays are widescreens with 1024×768 resolution. The company claims that multitouch is optional. Other specs include 1.6 GHz Intel processors, up to 250 GB hard drives, 3 USB ports, stereo speakers, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3G and optional HDMI out.

However, unlike the iPad, the X2 Computing iTablet also brings Flash support, multi-tasking and a 1.3-MP webcam.

The iTablet will be released in April. The pricing information hasn’t been announced yet. [via Pocket-lint]

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