Almost forgot about this until I returned to the Galaxy Note to delete photos when I saw photos of RedFox’s newest Windows 7 tablet. Dubbed the RedFox WizPad WP1020i, this Intel Atom-powered tablet sports a kick-stand.
Never really got the full specs of this one since this was during the Christmas Party hosted by Microsoft Philippines (blame the 6 glasses of mojitos).
Form the photo of the tablet’s description, the WizPad WP1080i has a 10.1-inch screen, WiFi, Bluetooth, USB 2.0 ports, micro-SD card reader and a 1.3MP webcam. Not sure about the storage but if I remember correctly, it’s got around 32GB of SSD storage with 2GB RAM and Atom Z-series processor.
When you turn the kick-stand out, you’ll also see the VGA display port so you can connect it to an external display. There’s a variant with built-in 3G modem as well.
The device could still be an engineering unit as RedFox has not officially announced it yet nor it’s available in the market. I reckon that this can support Windows 8 when it comes out as well. Just hope it’s not as expensive as the Php30k as the first WizPad tablet before.