CyberPad C100 Unveiled At Intel Developer Forum, Beijing
The CyberPad C100 (not pictured) was unveiled at the Intel Developer Forum in Beijing. The 10.1-inch device comes in three flavors; 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB Solid State Drives. The tablet has a 1.3 megapixel front facing camera, two USB 2.0 ports, one mini HDMI, one micro SD card and a SIM card slot. The device will also give users the option of running whichever mobile operating system they choose, so long as it’s Android Gingerbread, Windows 7, or MeeGo.
We are unaware of what the pricing will look like but based on the specifications and customizations alone I would guess it’ll be on the more expensive side. As you can see in the video below, the tablet is simply stunning. Although I admit it is great to have such a wide variety to choose from, how the heck is a person to decide the victor?
If I had to offer any advice on which tablet to get, the geek in me would recommend to wait another year. Why a year? Because I am certain they will offer much better graphics options with those future tablets, ones that will actually be able to game (even if comparable to a 2008 desktop, it will still be worth the wait!)