Thursday, October 20, 2011
Hello Internet World,
Today I will be giving you a full look at the Skytex Skytab S Series. In this specs report I will shed some light on a virtually unknown product. The Skytab is a very interesting slate computer system. Featuring the Exo PC UI layer it has some cool features unlike all of the other slates. Also the greatest perk is it’s low price tag at 599 for Windows 7 Home Premium (add $70 for Windows 7 Professional.) In order to show you how efficient this product is I will give a walkthrough of Windows 7 and Exo PC. Please post any comments you have and I will answer them as soon as possible.
In this paragraph I would like to talk about some of the productivity features that Windows 7 and Exo PC has to offer. First off Windows 7 has Microsoft Office 2010 pre installed. For Exo PC it contains over 2,500 apps (more apps come weekly) in the Exo store included. With productivity in mind other than the Windows applications there are not much other than the books, geography map, calculator, pretty cool web links, business apps, forms, checklists, feeds, Exo factory Pro, and some other ones not listed on their website. For more faster typing you can get an USB keyboard or a Bluetooth keyboard. New apps are to come out even as I type. Another great thing is it will be upgradable to Windows 8 when it comes out. Another thing that gives an advantage over other tablets is it has 3 regular USB ports so I could charge my Android tablet with this tablet or even add data to my tablet without using my computer! That makes my schoolwork a billion times easier. Here are some pictures to give you a better understanding of this elusive product.
Gaming when you want and how you want it on the go. The Exo PC store is made for gaming. With 4 points of touch recognition you can play some really cool slash games like Fruit Ninja, and Clash and Slay Worlds Away where you defend Earth from a UFO invasion. Cool mind games like flash chess that can go against the CPU or a friend. Or for that action side of you how about some race car driving? A duck shooting tournament? Or maneuvering a spaceship through an asteroid field? Win a million dollars in high stakes poker? Pit Plants vs. Zombies? Let’s get our game on with some great sports apps like soccer, putt putt, and others. Not only is their the games on the Exo UI, but their is so many popular gaming options for download such as Angry Birds, Kuma Games the most popular MMOG for War, animals, and so forth, Counter Strike, and any other pc game available on a cd. It may not have a DVD viewer you can simply hook it up with a USB cord and transfer the data. Or just compile it on a sd card or USB flash drive. That gives this a device a serious advantage over a Ipad or Android tablet who are unable to run any Windows applications unless through an Ios or Android OS application. I have hunted down some pictures of some serious gaming on this tablet.
For the wrap on this product I will finish off my specs report with well some specs no duh. I also have found some really cool videos and pictures I thought y’all might like, but first the boring part the specs here they are straight from Skytex.
Windows 7 Home Premium
Windows 7 Professional (option)
Intel® AtomTM N550 1.5GHz Dual-Core
9.7" (diagonal) LED-backlit touchscreen
1024x768 resolution (132ppi)
Capacitive touch with 4-points of touch recognition
WIRELESS AND CONNECTIVITY
Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
3G (option) HSPA/UMTS 850/1900/2100,
2GB DDR3 667MHz
320GB 5400RPM Hard Drive
INS AND OUTS
SIM card slot (option)
2 x IW Speakers
2 x USB 2.0 |
3.5mm headphone jack |
HDMI out |
microSD slot |
EXO User Interface
Microsoft® Office Starter*
For the fun part and the end of my post the pics and vids. Please everyone enjoy! Goodbye and Peace to y’all!