Kupa X15 UltraNote Windows 8 Tablet Starts at $1100
A niche product maker is tagged to Kupa. Currently, no “buy” button is seen on the company’s website. Nonetheless, according to Engadget a note to inquire could be sent about purchasing the tablet.
Initially introduced a few months earlier, a 10-inch tablet operated with the latest Windows 8 operating system is very much ready to rock the market. This device is to take on the industry as Kupa X15 Ultranote. Moreover, this item is packed with seriously high end features.
The thrill about this device is that the Kupa X15 is in 4 versions. They all features 10.1-inch, 1920 x 1200 pixel IPS displays, 8GB of RAM, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, front and rear cameras, and support for finger or digital pen input. Moreover, it is also one of the few Windows 8 slate computers with a removable battery. Furthermore, an optional docking station that adds a keyboard, extra battery and additional ports including VGA, Ethernet, and USB ports comes with the package.
For the model with a 64GB solid state disk and Intel Core i5 processor its prices start at $1100. Also, for the higher-end models, they have 128 GB SSDs, up to an Intel Core i7 CPU, and HSPA+ mobile broadband.