Unveiled at Computex 2010, the Tycoon tablet is a 10.1-inch wide screen Slate PC that offers a full PC function in a smaller, light weight handheld around 0.85 kg. I don’t want to compare this tablet to iPad 2, but let’s see what it has. Running Windows 7, Tycoon allows users to display presentation through its mini HDMI port and perform overall computing tasks up to 3 hours. How long do you usually do presentation? I know, we need more powerful battery.
Equipped with a Broadcom BCM70015 Crystal HD advanced media processor for 1080p high definition video playback and up to 2GB of DDR3 667MHz memory, Tycoon is powered by a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N455 processor (dual-core ) that makes it powerful enough to run common PC tasks. Regarding connectivity, Tycoon tablet allows mobile users to communicate via 802.11b/g/n and Bluetooth 2.1 wireless. And interestingly, it’s able to tether via Blutooth or USB to your Android or Blackberry to save your money from extra data plan, what do you think? It sounds good, right?