Intel Officially Introduces 7-Inch “Studybook” Tablet

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How true is this, Intel officially introduced the studybook tablet, a new addition to its intel lerning series?

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Intel Officially Introduces 7-Inch “Studybook” Tablet

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Yes, Intel recently launched Studybook, a low-cost tablet for  students around the globe. It is a 7-inch tablet based on either Windows 7 or Android Honeycomb and it uses the Atom z650 processor. It has 1GB of DDR2 RAM but expands up to 2GB. It's flashdrive capacity can be from a 4GB up to 32 GB. It has a microSD slot for memory cards, 1 USB port to access the student's files or presentations. It's Wi-Fi ready and has an optional SIM card slot.
 
 
 
Other features include its touch screen, 2 cameras (front and rear) with a 2MP and 0.3 MP resolution, a mic and a light sensor. battery stabds up to 5.5 hours. It is basically designed for kids since it's not the usual slim type tablet. It is situated in a plastic form which makes it shock resistant from shock, water and dust.
 
Cool apps such as an e-reader and a LabCam are pre-installed which offers a student-and-teacher-friendly edge for classroom efficiency.
 
Intel hopes on it's starting retail price to be below $200.
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Intel Officially Introduces 7-Inch “Studybook” Tablet

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Some predicted that Intel’s new StudyBook would be overpriced and underpowered after the company announced the new product in April of 2012. And they were right. The original price of around $200 was now transformed into $700 which is bad for budget conscious customers or users. There are some bad comments about this new device from Intel like outdated CPU, weak battery, and running on an unfriendly operating system.

The new StudyBook is powered by a single core 1.5 GHz Atom Z670 CPU running on Microsoft Windows 7 Home Edition. It has a 7-inch screen with 1024 x 600 screen resolution, 32 GB storage, and 1 GB RAM. It also includes 2 2-megapixel VGA cameras. The reason why they say that it is running on an unfriendly operating system is because Microsoft Windows 7 Home is not designed to run on tablet computers unlike Windows 8.

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Intel Officially Introduces 7-Inch “Studybook” Tablet

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