Sahara shows off three new tablets: i440D, i440T, and i417T

Omar McFarlane
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Omar McFarlane
January 9, 2007 1:45 AM
In this article: CES, i417t, i440d, i440t, sahara
Sahara shows off three new tablets: i440D, i440T, and i417T
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 4GB of RAM. The main differences are that the i417T has an 1.2GHz Intel Celeron M ULV, while the i440D and i440T both have a more up to date 1.8GHz Core Duo LV. Additionally, while the i417T and i440T sport a touch screen, the i440D has an active digitizer display so you can actually use the TabletKiosk as, you know, a Tablet PC. All the devices weigh in at a reasonable 3.3 pounds and can be custom configured with either Vista, XP, or Linux.
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