So far, we’ve seen plenty of tablet machines getting announced during last year’s spell, some sports multi-touch screens, some don’t. But one thing we haven’t spotted in any of them, is Intel’s Pine Trail platform that keeps showing up these days in many netbooks specs time and time again. That’s why we were a bit surprised to find that Haleron’s slick iLet slate includes one – Atom N450 processor, that is. But the Mio iLet is not just a CPU stellar, it also boasts some great components inside, amongst you can track a 10-inch 1024 x 600 multitouch display, paired with a 160GB HDD, 802.11a/b/g WiFi, optional 3G connectivity, GPS antenna and bigger hard drive, for extra $50/$75/$260 bucks, respectively – while basic pack starts at $419 only. And to spice things up, you also get, for that starting price, a Windows 7 system to speed the touch. Shipping starts in about a week from now.


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Nir Shein

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