TDV Vision's Antaur-powered Tablet PC
July 20, 2003
TDV Vision in Taiwan has announced one of the first Antaur-powered Tablet PCs, running at 1.2Ghz and shipping in September. The Antaur is a close relative of the Nehemiah CPU which powers the 1Ghz M10000 (and future) Mini-ITX machines, so we should expect a speed-bumped Nehemiah in approximately the same timeframe. The VS1200XP has a 14.1" touch-panel swivel-style LCD display - and has a rather nice feature list for a machine weighing only 4.07 lbs and costing under a thousand bucks: 30GB hard drive, 256MB memory, built-in digital camera, 4-in-one card reader, Firewire, Ethernet, 56K Modem and 802.11b Wi-Fi.
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