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Quaduro Quadpad 3G tablet PC

Quaduro has unveiled a new version of its Quadpad tablet PC, adding 3G to the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity offered on the previous Quadpad models. 

The Quadpad 3G runs Microsoft's Windows 7 and comes with a 10.2in LCD touchscreen with a resolution of 1024x600 pixels, that can be controlled using either your finger or the stylus built into the casing.

Powered by an Intel Atom Mobile N270 processor, the device features 2GB of RAM and a a 160GB hard drive. The Quadpad 3G has a 1.3Mp webcam, three USB 2.0 ports a three-in-one card reader and a headphone and microphone jack.

The QuadPad 3G measures 280x180x24mm and weighs, less than 1kg. Unfortunately, you won't be able wander too far from a power supply - the battery will last less than two hours (Quaduro claims 100 minutes battery life). 

Pricing and availability details have yet to be released.

 

See also: Quaduro Systems Quadpad 2 tablet PC

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