The Touchbook II
could be an interesting product if it ends up working well:
Texas Instruments Cortex-A8 with a Numonyx 512MB (RAM) + 256MB (NAND) Memory
Main storage: 8GB microSD card
1024x600 8.9" capacitive touchscreen
Bluetooth wireless keyboard
Wifi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth class 2.1, 7 USB 2.0
Video output HDMI 720p
Internal USB wifi 802.11 b/g/n powered by a Ralink 3070 chipset
FCC, CE, UL-certified, 5V, 3.5A power adapter
Two Owolff high-quality internal stereo speakers
Two internal batteries 6000 and 12000 mAh — it can be replaced with a screw driver
Bi-color silver/black case — see photos — with a beautiful red back cover.
Secured attachment system of tablet into keyboard
9.7" x 7" x 1.3" for 3 lbs
It's not shipping yet.
This device will NOT run Windows or software compiled for i386 or x64. How good the software they put together for this device is, I don't know.
Has anyone used their older product?