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Category: new notebook models
By: Pallab Jyotee Hazarika

ExoPC: ExoPC tablets loses GPS but integrated with SanDisk SSD on a price tag of CAD $649

ExoPC tablets loses GPS but integrated with SanDisk SSD on a price tag of CAD $649


The wait is finally over! ExoPC’s latest Windows 7 running tablet will be available for those who want to get their hands on this newest kid in the block. The toy with an 11.6-inch multitouch capacitive screen was only allowed to 1,200 dedicated fans but pre-orders are now open to all. There are two options available to the buyers: the system with 32GB storage memory is available for CAD $649 or USD $624 and with 64GB is available for CAD $749 or USD $720. The difference in prices is obvious but the model has 160MB/s fast SanDisk P4 mini-SSDs. Do not expect the battery to last more than four hours. Though the model with 64GB storage space will not be integrated with GPS. Another problem is the release date: it was first planned to release the tablet on 30th of September but it was further delayed to October 15th. Read on the reviews before you actually decide to buy one.


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