The new dual-screen 8-inch Taiji Tablet Hits FCC

The new dual-screen 8-inch Taiji Tablet Hits FCC
The new dual-screen 8-inch Taiji Tablet Hits FCC
Do we really need another dual-monitor?
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The most unique thing about the Taiji tablet is its screen size. Apart from two 8-inch screen, this windows-powered tablet is powered by a VIA C7-M processor that has a clock speed of 1.2GHz. Accompanying it will be the VX700 GPU. We are not sure how this low-profile configuration will compete in the current market with the likes of Toshiba’s Libretto that has Intel’s comparatively powerful consumer ultra low voltage processor.

There are no official words on the pricing and availability of this not-so-special tablet, but one thing for sure – the Taiji better be darn cheap or it might lose the only advantage it can have in the competitive tablet market.

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Pallab Jyotee Hazarika, 2010-12-14 (Update: 2012-05-26)