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skeye.pad XSL tablet PC gets FCC approval

Darren Murph
01.20.07
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The oh-so-disclosing FCC has most certainly been quite an ally to us here the past few weeks, as its undercover photos and user manuals have been more than helpful in sneaking a peek at what's potentially headed our way. This time around we're seeing an interesting new tablet, and the peculiarly-named skeye.pad XSL packs a whole lot of screen and very little frame, along with a fairly decent set of innards. According to documents showcased by the Commission, the device will sport a 400MHz Intel XScale PXA255 CPU, Windows CE 4.2, 128MB of SDRAM, 128MB of Flash ROM, a spacious 8.4-inch 800 x 600 resolution LCD, rechargeable Li-ion good for "around six to eight hours," USB connectivity, optional 802.11g adapter (or an SD slot, but curiously not both), PCMCIA, and a CF card port as well. Of course, we're lucky to even get this much info on this yet-to-be-unleashed machine, so pricing and availability still remain in question, but hop on through to the read link for all the dirt out there so far.

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