Every tech company on the planet is probably gearing up to release their own tablet. However, most of them aren’t exactly anything to write home about. The iPad’s blazed the trail but it has given the buying public some expectations of what to expect in their tablets. A lot of companies have tried to put an iPad killer into the market, however that won’t probably be happening any time soon. Surprisingly, Korea’s LG has one of the more promising prototypes on display in Computex.  Here are the current specs of the UX 10 prototype:

* Intel Atom Z530 processor

* 1GB of DDR2 RAM

* Pre-loaded Windows 7 Home Premium

* 1.3 megapixel front-facing webcam

* SD card slot and micro-HDMI output

* 802.11b/g/n WiFi

* 7200mAh battery

Looking a bit like Dell’s Streak, the UX10 was very responsive and had quick processing times compared to its rivals. Microsoft showed it off at their booth as part of showing the company’s support of the tablet market. No release dates or prices have been talked about, however they have confirmed that the UX10 will soon be leaving beta testing and be ready for market release some time in the future.

Source: Engadget

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