The Dutch company Point of View has announced plans to launch three Windows 8.1 tablets in mid-July, with two 10.1 inch models joining an 8-inch variant. The new affordable tablets will be powered by Intel processors and are able to run the full version of Windows.
Point of View has previously sold a number of Android tablets and phones but this is the first time they have sold tablets that run Microsoft's OS. The Mobii WinTab 100BW 10.1 inch model will have 1GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage, while the WinTab 100W 10.1 inch version will increase the memory to 2GB and the storage capacity to 32GB. Both models will have a 1280x800 IPS LCD display, along with a microUSB and microHDMI port and a microSD card reader.
Both tablets will have Intel's Atom Z3735 processor inside with a clock speed of 1.83 GHz. There's also a 2 MP camera in the front and back. The tablets themselves are 9.8 millimeters thick and weigh in at 650 grams.
The smaller 8-inch Mobii WinTab 800W will have the same Intel processor that its larger brothers share, along with a display that has a resolution of 1280x800. Inside it has the same exact specs and ports that are featured in the larger WinTab 1000BW. The 800W is 8.75 millimeters thick with a weight of 450 grams.
All three of the new Mobii WinTab tablets come with a one year subscription to Office 365 Personal. The 800W model will sell for 169 euros, while the 1000BW and 1000w versions will have a price tag of 249 and 269 euros, respectively. There's no word if these products will be sold outside the Netherlands.
Thanks to Martino for the tip!
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