Today is the Belgian company, Le Point Net, will market its tablet ?Made in Belgium? at the price of 500. Baptism Dune, the latter has a 10.2 ? touch screen offering a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels and allows multitouch.
Dune has an ATOM 450 processor running at 1.67Ghz, a 2GB RAM of DDR2 RAM, a 160GB hard drive capacity, a 1.3 megapixel webcam, a microphone and a memory card reader is also part of the package . In terms of its connectivity, Dune integrates an Ethernet port, a Wifi (n) / 3G module, 3 USB ports as well as a 3000mAh battery (autonomy is not yet known) and runs on Windows 7 or Linux (Android soon).
This is because Dune does not present itself at all as a competitor of the iPad as the director of the company tells us. Le Point Net, Benjamin Vanopbroeke: "We did not want to market our Dune to compete with the iPad but simply to target the professional market".
Dune will be marketed on the company's website Le Point Net and this from 12 noon.
Note that the drafting of Belgium-iPhone will soon offer you a complete review of this new tablet!
We discuss it on the forum.