AHX GLOBAL ANNOUNCES PRICING FOR ITABLET - A NEW WINDOWS-BASED tablet PC

January 20, 2011 // 5:54 a.m.

AHX Global has announced pricing for the new Windows-based itablet. Launched at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on 6th January 2011, British-designed itablet is one of the first of the new breed of tablet computers designed for the prosumer market and meets the needs of users to gather, create, process, share and act on data around the clock regardless of location.



itablet W10¹ - £749.99 (inc VAT) / €899.99 (inc VAT) / $849.99

Powered by an Intel Atom Z530 1.6GHz processor with 2GB DDR2 SDRAM, itablet W10¹ is supplied with Windows 7 Home Premium. It has an integrated SD card reader, 2MP webcam and an HDMI output for high quality playback of video and pictures through larger TV screens. Two USB 2.0 ports can be used to connect a wide range of peripheral devices including external hard drives, keyboards, printers, scanners, cameras, mice, etc.



itablet W10² - £699.99 (inc VAT) / €849.99 (inc VAT) / $749.99

Powered by an Intel Atom Z510 1.1GHz processor with 1GB DDR2 SDRAM, itablet W10² is supplied with Windows 7 Starter Edition. It has an integrated SD card reader and two USB 2.0 ports.



According to Francis Davis, CEO, AHX Global: “itablet is far more than just a media player and is a genuine, hard working tablet computer that is both familiar and intuitive to use with existing Windows applications.”



AHX Global expects to announce tie ups with major retailers over the next few weeks and both models are available to purchase at www.itablet.com



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About AHX Global

Formed in 2010, AHX Global comprises three international companies, AHX Global (EMEA), AHX Global (Americas) and AHX Global (APAC), and is committed to becoming one of the world’s leading suppliers of tablet computers. AHX Global is a partnership between X2 Computing, one of the UK’s leading suppliers of mobile computing solutions, and AMtek Systems, the leading Taiwanese designer of tablet computers which first registered the itablet trademark in 2004 before previewing early development models in 2007. For further information please visit www.itablet.com
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