Kupa X11 Windows 8 Tablet Walk Through

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14 Oct, 2011 1:05 am

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Windows 8 tablets are just around the corner but and tablet maker Kupa is showing off the X11 running the upcoming operating systems.  It was great to play around with a tablet that has Windows 8 navigation up and running.  Windows 8 is heavily relying on the touch gestures. Navigation in the metro user interface is extremely snappy. Simple swipes are all that is required for scrolling from left to right.

The tablet has a pressure sensitive digitizer and 10-point capacitive multi-touch that works to up the productivity game by combining pen and touch input options. There’s a hi-res 1366×768 screen and 2GB Ram, a front-facing 2MP camera, a rear camera which can be 3MP or 5MP, and 2 x USB 2.0 ports, a mini-HDMI port, audio jack, SIM card slot and 802.11b/g/n WiFi with Bluetooth 2.1.

The basic model with 64GB SSD is going to retail for $699 which isn’t bad given the hi-end screen and battery. Adding 3G, GMS and storage up to 128GB takes the price to $999.

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  • Anonymous

    I’ve been waiting to see how fast this runs, and some detailed specs beyond their sped-up videos on YouTube.  This is the closest I’ve seen.  Although we really don’t get a full sense of how long hte battery will last in the real world, or how fast the processor works with browsing, video, Windows Office, etc.  Hopefully, we can see some more soon, as the tablet looks nice.

  • Guest

    What’s the CPU?  Windows 8 will be sluggish even on a dual core Atom.  I’m looking for at least
    a gen 2 (Sandy Bridge) Core i5 for decent responsiveness.

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  • http://www.netbooknews.com Nicole Scott

    Battery life would be pointless if you used sandybridge on a tablet, it seemed pretty quick on the oaktrail platform they had, the 5400mph battery should give it 10 hours, you would expect 5 if you went with the i series.

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  • Cstewmax

    Does this have a memory card slot?