LG UX10 tablet PC revealed running Windows 7 OS

June 1, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft has unveiled a new tablet PC manufactured by LG at the Computex 2010 event called the UX10 which uses Microsoft’s Windows 7 Home Premium as the operating software. The tablet is one of Microsoft’s mediums for entering the tablet PC space to compete with its rival, Apple.

The LG UX10 has a 10.1-inch LED touchscreen display and carries an Atom Z530 processor from Intel inside it. It also has a DDR2 RAM with 1 GB of capacity and a slot for SD cards. A front facing webcam of 1.3 megapixels for video conferencing is also part of the device. The tablet is equipped with 801.11 b/g/n WiFi and has a micro-HDMI output as well. The hard disk in the UX10 has a capacity of 120 GB. The device is powered internally by a 7500 mAh battery and has a weight of 850 gms. The UX 10 prototype that was displayed by the company at the event was coloured white in the back and had the LG logo imprinted on its back as well.

Microsoft has not revealed the price of the gadget but has confirmed that that prototype will be developed into a proper tablet and will be available for sale later.

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