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Perhaps in light of Intel's goal of integrating 3D cameras into its devices by the end of 2014, SoftKinetic has partnered with TabletKiosk to bring what it calls the first-ever 3D interface to enterprise tablets. That chunky slab you see above is based on the Sahara Slate PC i500, but with the Sof

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According to the folks over at TabletPC2, the image above is a sneak peek of the forthcoming TabletKiosk eo i7300, which will purportedly rock a 7-inch display (1,024 x 600 resolution), a \"fully ruggedized\" chassis and \"a number of enhancements\" to the Sahara Slate PC and eo v7110. Reportedly, the

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If you've been hankering for a way to void your UMPC warranty, or just want to add a touch more utility while getting down and dirty with a soldering iron, this here hack may be the one that fits the bill. Facing the daunting task of shoving an internal USB hub into the already cramped confines of

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Just over a fortnight after the TabletKiosk's Sahara i440D Slate PC began shipping out to interested buyers, the niche machine has now been reviewed and benchmarked for those still mulling a purchase. The folks over at TabletPCReview noted that this machine was a breeze to tote around, had a solid

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Hopefully you haven't forgotten all about TabletKiosk's Sahara i440D Slate PC, because the time has finally come to lay down your hard-earned coin and snag one for yourself. Dubbed the first slate tablet PC with \"dual pen and touchscreen input,\" the i440D can be ordered with Windows XP or Vista, an

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PLX Technology is taking advantage of this week's Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (otherwise known as WinHEC) to talk up its proprietary USB Duet technology, with TabletKiosk also helping out in showing off some of the UMPC-centric possibilities. As shown above, one potential application is

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TabletKiosk has two new portables, the eo TufTab v7112XT, and Sahara TufTab i310XT. From the UMPC side you can expect the eo TufTab v7112XT (above) to have a 1.2GHz VIA CPU, 1GB of RAM, 7-inch LED backlit display, 40GB drive, and camera in a 2 pound, 1.14-inch thick unit. The Sahara TufTab i310XT h

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TabletKiosk sure does love its slate PCs, and we're especially liking this new Sahara i440D. It's not exactly for the power users in the house, with an Intel Celeron M ULV 423 processor at the helm, but it makes up for that with its diminutive 0.98-inch thickness and 3.3 pound carrying weight. Ther

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Looks like the eo V7110 isn't the only UMPC TabletKiosk has in its vault; their new eo i7209 and i7210 are rebadges of the Founder device with marginally better specs than the v7110 before them, but also heftier prices to boot. The i7210 features a 1GHz ULV Pentium M, 1GB DDR2 RAM, and a 60GB drive

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If those unboxing pics weren't enough for ya, we've now got a review of TabletKiosk's eo V7110 UMPC with plenty more pics for your perusal, courtesy of TabletPC2.com. For the most part, they liked what they found, especially the unit's great screen, light weight, and well-designed button layout. Bu

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Ouch -- first the issues with the fans grinding against the chassis on the eo kept TabletKiosk's UMPC out of the hands of consumers until just recently, but now those early adopters who finally have their eo v7110 are being asked to part with theirs in a voluntary recall due to a \"battery life that

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If you were one of those early-adopter types who pre-ordered your TabletKiosk eo V7110 UMPC, then you've probably already received the bad news. After selling-out their "entire initial production" stock (is that 10 or 10,000 units?), TabletKiosk is officially delaying what would have been

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Wondering who to blame for high-priced UMPCs? According to "market sources" out of Taiwan, it's Intel -- and Asian manufacturers in the company's thrall. The story goes something like this: Microsoft really, really wanted the UMPC to be priced at around $700. And the company was all set to

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We pumped out a quick podcast for you while we're out at CTIA -- so if you're trying to steer clear of all the cellphone news that's about to hit, you'll be cool with what we've got going on in the show this week. We're taking on Movielink's and CinemaNow's big online distribution announcement from

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Sure, the PBJ SmartCaddie may be nothing more than the Japanese version of the TabletKiosk eo (or is it the other way around?), but its official launch this week was reason enough for Microsoft to fly Bill Mitchell, father of the "ultramobile lifestyle PC" concept, out to Japan for the ev

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