First Intel Atom Z670 Based Windows Tablet PC Lands At FCC

Posted on 13. Apr, 2011 by in Tablets

ECS ElitePad S10 at FCC 01The first Intel Oak Trail based tablet PC has made its presence known today at the FCC in the U.S.. The new tablet is from Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) an electronics maker based in Taiwan. The tablet PC according the FCC filing is named ElitePad S10 but when/if it’s launched in the U.S. it will likely bear a different name.

For now the ElitePad S10 features a great amount of connectivity; Wi-Fi n, Bluetooth 3.0, HDMI, USB, SD card, SIM Card, 1.3MP webcam and headphone jack. Also the tablet PC offers some very nice body styling, albeit all plastic, which is not typical of Windows 7 tablets.

Other than the ports the ECS ElitePad S10 currently offers the new 1.6GHz Intel Atom Z670 single-core processor, 1GB of RAM and an SSD main storage drive. A yet to be determined version of Windows 7 will run on this tablet when it is launched.

This capacitive touch tablet is of the 10-inch form-factor and the 10.1-inch LCD included provides a native HD resolution of 1366×768 pixels. You can see more photos of this tablet below and if you are into FCC documents you can see the ElitePad S10′s papers here.

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2 Responses to “First Intel Atom Z670 Based Windows Tablet PC Lands At FCC”

  1. Sherlock

    13. Apr, 2011

    Intel sucks bring on amd!!!!!

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  2. Holmes

    15. Apr, 2011

    Sure thing – show me the AMD. Where is it? Anyone?

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