Netbook Navigator’s Windows 7 Tablet Revealed

February 7, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

A new tablet from Netbook Navigator that runs on Windows 7 operating system is now in stores. It is however not so common, a tablet running on Microsoft platform.

The Netbook Navigator’s Windows powered tablet sports a 1.66 GHz dual core processor, Intel’s N570. The device is equipped with a 10.1 inch display, offering a resolution as close as 1366 x 768 pixels.

The tablet supports 2 GB of RAM on board, and has a storage space of 16 GB SSD (Solid State Drive). Connectivity requirements of Netbook Navigator’s tablet are met by Wi-Fi as well as Bluetooth with a version code 2.1.

For video conferencing, a 1.3 megapixel front facing camera is integrated beside its display. Data transfer is aided through two USB ports and a microSD memory card slot.

In addition, the device host a SIM card slot, a 3- cell battery system and stereo speakers. Presently, the tablet market is dominated by Google’s Android and the iOS from Apple.

Microsoft could take over a good share with Windows 8, but that is a case for the future. However, Netbook Navigator’s Windows 7 tablet let you to choose between Home Premium, Professional or Ultimate versions.

The tablet’s storage space upgradeable externally, up to 128 GB, and there is a possibility of integrating the device into 3G networks. Price of this device is still unclear, but we are determined to fix our eyes on further developments surrounding this tablet.

So, stay tuned.

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