Hanvon Touchpad BC10C to make China debut on March 25; may sell in US soon for $877

March 15, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

China has brought to the fore an innovation that has all in it to take on the front runners in the tablet space. The new Hanvon Touchpad BC10C comes across as a multi-touch Windows 7 device that boasts of all properties that could make a top class notebook look silly.

The Hanvon Touchpad BC10C tablet has been presented as a high-end device that comes powered by a 1.3GHz Celeron M ULV 743 CPU and sports GMA4500 graphics. The device comes spruced up with features that range from Wifi and Bluetooth,  250GB – 320GB HDD,

Webcam 2 x USB, Mini HDMI out, VGA out dongle, Mic and speaker port, 5 + 3 shortcut buttons, Internal dual microphone and speakers, SD card slot. All of

253mm x 168mm x 18.4mm in size and weighing just 980g, the device might sail off from Chinese shores to the US and European territory.  Speculations have it that the pricing night be different when it makes it to the US and European regions. We hear that the tablet might cost around $877 in the US.

China will have its first taste of the Hanvon Touchpad BC10C when it launches on March 25. We expect it to soon take off to Europe and American shores very soon after the China debut.

(Via jkkmobile)

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