iTablet launches in the UK. This is uncanny…

iTablet launches in the UK. This is uncanny…

x2-computing-launches-itablet-windows-ipad-0Well this is awkward.

A UK company has launched a range of Windows or Linux-based tablets and branded it the iTablet. A screenshot can be found to the right, and while it’s hardly likely to have Jobs knees wobbling, it doesn’t look all that bad.

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Due to start shipping in April 2010, it runs Windows 7 and is powered by a 1.6GHz Intel processor. It’s available in two sizes, of 10.2 and 12.1-inches (both 35mm thick, which sounds horrendously thick, given the iPad is 13.4mm deep), and each model contains 250GB of internal storage, a 3G chip, flash and Bluetooth.

The iTablet range is due to be available in a range of solid and metallic colours including white, grey, pink, blue, red, yellow and black. Pricing has yet to be released.

So it’s got flash and a shoddy camera, still more features than the iPad but less is more, right?And branding wise, is this ridiculous or a genius approach to getting free press? Oh and how long before manufacturers X2 is sued?

Source: Pocket Lint

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