Kupa, a Germany-based consumer electronics manufacturer, has announced plans to launch a Windows 7 Professional tablet at the Consumer Electronics Show in January.
The 10-inch X11 tablet will be on display at Kupa’s booth in the “Access on the Go” section at CES, which takes place at the Las Vegas Convention Center in early January.
The tablet has a capacitive touchscreen with resolution of 1366 x 768 (16:9 aspect ratio), is powered by Intel’s 1.5GHz Oak Trail (Z670) processor and has 2GB of DDR2 memory.
The model supports pressure-sensitive pen and multi-touch input, offers finger scan security detection and has front (2MP) and back (3MP) cameras. The tablet boasts a battery life of up to ten hours – 30 days when in standby mode, and offers 64GB or 128GB of SSD (the latter said to be the largest storage option of any tablet computer).
There is support for Wi-Fi, 3G and Bluetooth connectivity as well as connections for two USB 2.0 ports and a mini HDMI inputs.
The tablet was seen at last week’s B2D exhibition in Wiesbaden, Germany. At the event, Kupa managed to get a developer copy of Windows 8 running on one of the tablets. The X11 tablet is now available from Kupa.
Kupa was established in 2002 and now has offices in Los Angeles, Germany and China.