We’ve seen a few tablet PCs in the past couple of weeks, more or less with the same specs set. There’s hardly anything to choose from spec wise, which can sometimes make the market seem a little dull. BlackBook, however, seem to want to change that… and more.
The new BlackBook 2-in-1 tablet PC is their choice of weaponry for that. The device, essentially a tablet PC, doubles up as a laptop/netbook when needed to provide computing on the go.
The device is powered by the Intel Cherry Trail X7 Z8700 SoC, and along with that features 4GB of RAM and 64GB of on board storage.
No fancy dual boot here though, folks. Only plain and simple Windows… version 10.
Other specifications of the tablet include a 10.1-inch 1920 x 1200 pixel display, USB Type-C port, dual band (2.4GHz/5GHz) WiFi, a 5 mega-pixel rear camera and a 2 mega-pixel front facing camera.
2-in-1 because the tablet supports a Surface-style keyboard. Kind of an anti-climax, eh?
The BlackBook already has a pre-sale listing going for it with a mentioned price of $429, but I’m hoping that’s only a placeholder.