Resolution on the Mate is at 1280x800, making it an HD device that is comparable with the most high end tablets.
Shenzhen, Guangdong (PRWEB) February 28, 2014
Striking a balance between Windows’ well-established business applications and Android’s entertainment and communication prowess, Mate, a new dual OS tablet from Chinavasion, was announced today by HR Manager Rose Li. Mate combines the two operating systems into one device with a solid state drive and HD screen.
“Mate doesn’t just provide users with the option of using dual operating systems, it also runs them both remarkably quickly,” according to Rose Li, Chinavasion’s PR Manager. “Solid-state drives are the way of the future, so we decided that it was a must to include one in Mate. They boot up in seconds, launch applications in seconds, consume less power than traditional drives, and, perhaps best of all, run a lot quicker in general, whether you’re saving, opening, copying or duplicating a file. Plus they have non-volatile memory, so Mate won’t ‘forget’ what was stored if it powers down unexpectedly.”
Mates come with 32GB of ROM, putting it in the upper category in terms of storage capacity. A standout feature is the 2GB of RAM, which, combined with the SSD, gives fluid performance comparable to video game consoles and desktop computers. In fact, its 10-point touch display is perfect for intense games and art projects because it allows you to use all your fingers simultaneously.
“If you need Microsoft Office Suite, but want a tablet that you can enjoy as well, there is no better choice than the Mate. It’s basically a laptop when you want it to be – just attach a keyboard, a mouse, and you have all you need to work. Then when you want, it becomes your Android entertainment system. It’s an incredibly cool concept to have both systems in one tablet. And our low price aims to eliminate any competition.
“We want to provide you with the most versatile tablet on the market that is as suited for pleasure as it is for business. Imagine preparing reports and playing games on the same device. We created Mate in order to consolidate these two realms into one place so that you do not need two separate machines if you desire both what Windows and Android offer.”
Resolution on the Mate is at 1280x800, making it an HD device that is comparable with the most high end tablets. No need to squint either – Mate has a 10.1 inch screen, which is large enough to share the view, yet small enough to fit into a small bag or backpack slot. “It is only .58 kg,” continued Li, “so not matter what it will not weigh you down.”
Other features of the Mate include a Micro HDMI port, which allows you to connect your Mate to your TV or computer and display everything seamlessly.