Saturday, December 25, 2010

BenQ will launch R100 Tablet PC in the first quarter of 2011

Popular electronics company BenQ has already announced that it is going to release its new tablet PC named, R100, in the first quarter of 2011. This new tablet PC will come onto the market featuring a new Samsung Processor equipped into it.

The R100 was first displayed in the last IFA in Berlin. However, it was also showcased at this event that BenQ showed off their new NReader electronic reader.

The R100 comes with a 10.1-inch resistive touchscreen that supports 1024×600. It has a Samsung Processor running at 833 MHZ. It will run on Google’s Android OS 2.2.

All the connectivity features are available in this tablet device. To surf internet and check email one can use Bluetooth and WI-FI. It also has a HDMI and USB port.

It has a 8GB of internal memory which can be expandable using an SD card. It has long battery life with around 12 hours of constant usage. Weighing 720g, it measures 119mm x 244mm with 15mm thickness.

The BENQ R100 is yet to release in China, which is called the biggest market for gadget. It will be seen in China and Asia early in the next year. However, there is no information about the price of this new tablet. Even it is not clear if it will be available outside of those markets.