Taiji Dual Screen Clamshell Tablet & Windows 7 Slate Showcased

December 8, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Seems more people are thinking of dual touchscreen devices. We have seen Acer having such an idea. We have got the news that Toshiba too is planning to come with a similar device. But this time it is Taiji Electronics. The company has been spotted with two peculiar slates in a recent gadget expo.

The ELEXCON High-Tech fair in China has seen OEM Taiji Electronics showcasing two brand new slates. Though no clear info about the features of these machines is known yet, they seem to have indeed interesting stuff with them.

One of the slates looks similar to the Toshiba Libretto W100 and the Acer Iconia in its shape and features. Like these machines, the Taiji tablet also has a dual-touchscreen design.

The other gadget on display was the T10A- a tablet from Taiji. The T10A and the dual-touchscreen device are reportedly running on VIA processors.

Immediate info suggests that the T10A comes with a 10 inch touchscreen. It runs a VIA C7-M processor at 1.2 GHz clock speed. On the graphics front, it is equipped with VX700. For the storage needs, it has 32 GB on its share while sporting a 1 GB RAM. Loaded with Windows 7, it features a front facing web cam which will assist you in video chats.

The other device is still really mysterious. Nothing known except its twin touchscreen design and that it runs some VIA processor. The twin screens measure about 8 inches in width, so bigger than the Iconia.

However, everybody has to wait for Taiji to make an official announcement to know about the launch dates and possible pricing.

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