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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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August 14, 2007 at 6:26PM
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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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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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Sahara is back at it again with three new additions to its TabletKiosk line: the i440D, i440T, and the i417T. All three computers share a similar feature set, including a 12.1-inch XGA screen, \"TruePrint\" fingerprint reader, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR, 802.11 a/b/g WiFi, 802.11d QoS, a PCMCIA slot, and up to

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