Before today the only dual boot tablet we knew of was Viewsonic’s Viewpad with it’s Atom CPU and dual boot Windows 7/Android Operating systems. Today however there is a new kid on the block, and it’s rocking a very similar hardware configuration along with offering the same dual boot benefits only at a much lower price.
More details and photos after the jump
Like most Shenzhen made tablets the factory making this dual boot beauty have despensed with the nicetie such as naming their product and have instead stuffed it chock a block full of hardware and software features that will make even iPad 2 owners jealous.
First up is the OS. Out of the box this rather angular tablet is running Windows 7 and Android 1.6. 1.6 you cry!, but the title says 2.2… don’t worry an upgrade should have been made available by the time most of you manage to get your hands on one.
Under the hood we have a Intel Atom 1Ghz N455 CPU, 1Gb DDR3 RAM and a 16Gb SSD hard drive. There’s also a battery in there too (which is handy).
The front of the device is completly devoid of buttons and only features the 10 inch multi touch screen, front facing camera and a lovely looking Windows logo.
This dual boot beauty has more than enough power to take on the current crop of Tegra 2 devices, and even leave you with enough change to pick up a nice custom cover for it too as they are currently on sale for the amazingly low price of $305!!
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