Tuesday, May 31, 2005


 

Duo Touch Tablet PC announced

Itronix Corp., a world-class
developer of wireless, rugged mobile computing solutions, today introduced the
Duo-Touch Tablet PC, a next-generation, portable, wireless, rugged slate
tablet PC for mobile professionals in industries such as telecommunications,
utilities, government, and insurance. The Duo-Touch feature updates include
the Intel(R) Pentium(R) M processor 733 from Intel Corporation, integrated
GPS, more memory, a brighter display, and a more rugged case. The name
"Duo-Touch" refers to the new dual-mode touch panel, which provides both a
passive touch screen and standard digitizer, or "active," touch screen. The
Duo-Touch Tablet PC will be available for delivery in June 2005.
The Duo-Touch Tablet PC is based on the Intel(R) Pentium(R) M processor
733 and the Mobile Intel(R) 915GM Express Chipset, making it faster than the
original GoBook Tablet PC. As a result, the system also delivers better
performance without compromising battery life, as well as superior thermal
management. The Duo-Touch utilizes the Microsoft Windows XP(R) Tablet PC
Edition(R) operating system, making the Duo-Touch extremely user-friendly to
field workers already familiar with the XP operating system.

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