The Haptic tablet is compatible with any Darwin OS and that means you can run Windows, Linux and OS X. Powered by an Atom N270 processor, it features 10-inch WSVGA LCD display, 2GB RAM, 320GB HDD and wide variety of ports, that include 3x USB, Headphone, mic, Ethernet, VGA ports, and card reader.
There is a built-in SIM slot that can accommodate any CDMA card to keep you connected on-the-go and if you are at home/office you can use its built in Wi-Fi radio to get you online. What worries me is its small 3000mAh battery which should not last for more than couple of hours. Available for 750 dollars. [link]
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