Since the launch of the world’s most cherished tablet device, Apple iPad and its subsequent successor, Apple iPad 2, the world of mobile devices has become a highly lucrative and competitive playground for companies that plan to grab a bite of it. However, in case of both Apple iPad and Samsung Galaxy Tab, apart from the hardware, the most alluring feature of both these tablets is their operating system, Apple iOS and Google Android that new ways of interaction and entertainment for the users. In this field, Microsoft Windows has had little success, solely due to the fact that Windows 7 based tablet aren’t considered to be exceptional touchscreen friendly. Now, one of the foremost names in consumer electronics, SKYTEK has joined hands with the leader in custom tablet user interfaces (UI), EXOPC to bring in an all new line of Windows 7 powered tablets called, SKYTAB S-series that will feature custom designed UI, which in turn will be more touchscreen friendly.
The all new SKYTAB S-series will be powered by an impressive 1.5GHz dual-core Intel Atom N550 processor, while running Microsoft Windows 7 Home edition OS and equally supplemented with 2GB RAM. Furthermore, the SKYTAB S-series will feature a 9.7 inch capacitive touchscreen that will provide a screen resolution of 1024 x 768 and these tablets will also be sporting an appreciable 320GB of internal storage that can be further expanded via a microSD card slot. SKYTEK will provide these new state of the art tablets with wifi and Bluetooth connectivity, while the consumers will also have choice of opting for a 3G variant. Among other goodies, the SKYTABS-series will comes with a 1.3MP camera, 2 USB ports and Microsoft Office for document creation and editing. The SKYTAB S-series is currently available for pre-order with a price tag of $699.