Chinavasion: Newly Launched Windows 8 Convertible Hybrid Made For Business Travel

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Tablets have been avoided by business travelers because they don’t fully offer the functionality of laptops. Chinavasion says it has just released a Windows 8 convertible tablet which could change that.

Chinavasion Windows 8 Convertible Tablet

Chinavasion Windows 8 Convertible Tablet

What makes this unit unique from other Chinese offerings is its keyboard dock, which converts the amazing tablet into a nimble notebook with an impressive battery life.

Business travelers looking for the functionality of a laptop and the portability of a tablet will love the new Windows 8 convertible hybrid from Chinavasion, according to Rose Li PR manager for the tablet specialist.

An 11.6 inch tablet powered by Intel's popular dual core Sandy Bridge processor and 4 GB of RAM has been released by the Windows 8 tablets specialist, Chinavasion.

What makes this unit unique from other Chinese offerings is its keyboard dock, which converts the amazing tablet into a nimble notebook with an impressive battery life. The tablet’s 12000 milliampere-hour (mAh) battery is backed up by the dock's additional 9000 mAh capacity battery which makes this unit great for travel, says Li.

"Now you don't have to relinquish the functionality and performance of a laptop when you want the maneuverability and affordability of a tablet," says Li. "This Windows 8-ready device gives you both."

With a 1.1 GHz Dual Core Sandy Bridge processor, 4 GB of DDR3 RAM and a solid-state hard drive that can be the upgraded to 96 GB solid state hard drive Li says the only things small about the tablet laptop convertible is its price.

"Underpowered, overpriced machines hampered the 'netbook' revolution from ten years ago leaving frustrated users feeling ripped off," says Li. "The same can't be said for this laptop tablet convertible."

With 4 GB of DDR3 RAM, Li says, the tablet will be able to run Ubuntu’s Raring Ringtail or Windows 8 with equal levels of ease.

"Microsoft recommends that Windows 8 devices have 2 GB of RAM to run so 4 GB will mean that programs will load super fast," says Li. "You could even potentially run Adobe's CS5 on this device."

The tablet/PC hybrid’s form factor and performance capabilities makes it usable almost anywhere for any purpose says Li. “It doesn’t matter whether you are trying to read an eBook at the beach, reviewing a spreadsheet at a job site or writing an article between flights, this tablet will be exactly what you need.”

Chinavasion is an online wholesaler of electronics gadgets. Visit our electronics store at: http://www.chinavasion.com

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