The tabletkiosk Sahara Slate PC i440D is a tablet PC in the purest sense o f the word, it does not have a keyboard. It runs Windows XP Tablet Edition, Windows Vista or openSUSE Linux. It sports an Intel Low Voltage LV L2500 1.8GHZ Dual Core processor, 1GB of DDR2 RAM, an 80GB SATA hard drive, WIFI, and Bluetooth 2.0. Over the next couple of weeks we will take the Windows Vista Business version for a spin and see how well it fits into our mobile life. Stay tuned!
In this part of the video review, I will look at the tabletkiosk Sahara Slate PC i440D size as compared to a 12.1” Tablet PC laptop, as well as the digitizer and touch interfaces. The i440D sports a dual mode Wacom Active Digitizer and Fujitsu Resistive Touch Screen which are hot swappable at the press of a button.
In this part of the video review, I am going to check out the finger print reader and the use of a Bluetooth keyboard.
In this part of the review I am going to check out the PCMCIA slot, speaker quality and a couple of the included utilities.