Kupa UltraNote X15

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The Kupa UltraNote X15 is a dockable Tablet system built upon Intel's Ivy Bridge platform. It consists of the Tablet itself and a dock with several ports, like an Ethernet port VGA and an SD Card Reader. The dock houses an additional battery for up to 12 hours of work.
Kupa UltraNote X15 Specifications (base)
Manufacturer Kupa
Model name UltraNote X15
CPU type Intel Core 3rd Generation (2012)
Graphics Intel HD 4000
OS Windows 8 / 8.1
Display Size
10.2" 1920 X 1080
Screen Type
LED-Backlit LCD
Touch Technology
MultiTouch + Digitiser
RAM 4096 MB
Flash 64 GB
Weight 760gm / 26.8 oz.
Size (w/h/d mm) 261/185/14.0 mm
Size (w/h/d inches) 10.3/7.3/0.6
Physical Interfaces
DC-in
HDMI
USB3.0 (x2)
Wireless Interfaces
802.11 a/b/g/n
BT 4.0
4G Option
Additional Specs and Accessories (can vary)
AC Adaptor
Accelerometer
Camera 2.0MP
Camera 5.0MP Auto-Focus
Capacitive Touchscreen
IPS / Wide-View Display
Keyboard
Microphone
Near-Field Comms (NFC)
Removable Battery
Stereo speakers
Stylus
Optional Specs and Accessories (can vary)
3G voice/data modem
Product Notes
Keyboard, Battery, USB, Ethernet and Video ports, SD Reader
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One of the best options yet its been forgotten even by UMPC Portal. Even the specs list...

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