Skytex announced the SkyTab X-Series tablet
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Skytex, a US-based consumer electronics manufacturer, has recently started shipping its Android Alpha 2 tablet, which is a budget slate that features a single core Cortex A-8 CPU, a Mali-400 GPU and a 7-inch capacitive touchscreen display. In addition to this product, the maker is now getting ready to launch its latest SkyTab X-Series tablet, which should reportedly be available in a few months.
The new device will apparently be equipped with a Cedar Trail Intel Atom N2600 central processing unit that houses two cores clocked at 1.6GHz and the integrated Intel GMA 3600 graphics controller. Furthermore, the SkyTab X sports a 5-point touchscreen display that measures 10.1-inches in diagonal and has a native resolution of 1280-by-800 pixels.
This tablet supposedly comes with 64GB of internal storage, Wireless LAN and Bluetooth adapters. Moreover, users will be provided with an optional built-in 3G/4G module and a Windows 7 operating system. According to the maker, a Windows 8 version of the SkyTab X will be available at a later point this year (or in other words after Microsoft’s new OS is released to the general public).