Haleron H97 Windows 7 Tablet Mimics the iPad; Specs & Availability

November 22, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

There have been a number of Android-powered clones for the Apple iPad in the markets but an exact look alike didn’t exist. The new Haleron H97 may stand out from all those copycats as it looks very much similar to the iPad. This device seems to be perfect in mimicking the iPad and the only visible difference could be the thickness, but only until you turn the device on.

The major difference is that the Haleron H97 is powered by Microsoft’s Windows 7 Home Premium operating system. This makes the device versatile again from those Android-powered clones in terms of the OS. It seems to be a good option to go for this device as it is also capable of running Linux, Google’s Android and Chromium OS.

It runs on the Intel Atom Z550 processor with a processing speed of 2GHz. Integrated with Intel Graphics, the 9.7 inch screen offers a resolution of 1024×768 pixels. 3G capability is optional and the connectivity options list WiFi and Bluetooth.

The webcam incorporated in the device enables video chat in the 3G capable option. It also has 4 USB 2.0 ports, VGA, DVI and HDMI outputs for enhanced connectivity.

The 4500mAh battery offers a good backup, and there have been no words on the price of the device. It is expected to be marketed by the end of this year. We are hopeful to see the device in the stores for this Christmas.

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