The Cregle PenBook Windows 7 tablet PC gets detailed
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You probably haven’t heard of the Cregle PenBook before but like many other companies, Cregle decided to join the hot Tablet PC market. According to the manufacturer, the PenBook is a handwriting social platform and will provide its future owners with a stylish design along with a digitizer pen, which can be used for drawing or writing.
The multi-touch enabled 200 nits widescreen measures 10.1 inches in diagonal and has a maximum supported resolution of 1024-by-768 pixels. In addition, the PenBook is powered by a Silverthorne Intel Atom Z530 central processing unit with a clock frequency of 1.6GHz. This low-end chip is ranked 453 in our CPU Benchmark List and delivers 512KB of Level 2 cache as well as 2W max. Thermal Design Power (TDP).
Built-around an Intel US15WP chipset, this Tablet PC houses up to 2GB of internal RAM and will keep you connected via built-in Wireless LAN 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR adapters. Furthermore, customers can take advantage of two USB ports, a microphone, two integrated stereo speakers and a 5000mAh battery.
Other specs, pricing and availability
Cregle claims the PenBook will come with a pre-installed copy of Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system and will weigh 2.3 lbs. Other features include customizable touch bars that are reportedly capable of executing keyboard combinations like Ctrl+Alt+Del or Page Up/Down, 6 hours of battery life and up to a 32GB solid-state drive (SSD).
Pricing and availability information is yet to be released.