The Kupa UltraNote Windows 8 Tablet
Evidently at the sides of the acclaimed notepad devices and electronic slates, companies inclined to the industry declined to keep their silence and made their own innovative strategies to impress the world and merit their goals. One to expound on the detailed description of advancement is the Kupa Ultranote Tablet.
The Kupa Ultranote Modular Tablet is Windows 8 operated. It is 0.6-inch (15mm) thick slate powered by an Intel Core i7 processor (Ivy Bridge). It comes with a 4 GB of DDR3 RAM and a 64 GB SSD. Also, this tablet features a IPS display at a 10.1-inch 1920 x 1200-pixel.
It is also characterized by a ten-point capacitive multi-touch layer and a Wacom-like digitizer for pen input. Wi-Fi a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0 and 3G/4G (LTE) radios along with dual cameras (2 MP in front, 5 MP in back), NFC and a fingerprint reader comes to be an inclusion.
In addition, this tablet is ought to be enjoyed in its full strength as it goes with a SIM slot, headphone jack, mini HDMI output and two USB 3.0 ports on the right side of the device, plus a proprietary power / docking connector on the bottom edge and A 45Wh slide-out Li-Ion battery is located on the left side.
Whilst the specifications of this slate are expected with a decent Windows 8 tablet, what makes up the peculiarity of the Kupa Ultranote is its modular design manifested through the Asus Transformer-like keyboard dock which brags an additional battery, power jack, SD card slot, Ethernet connector, VGA output and two USB 3.0 ports.
Accessories such as credit card reader can be attached the left or right edge of the slate thanks to a built-in latch mechanism. The Ultranote is very much portable with 760g / 1.67 lbs weight. Quality speaking, its overall performance is firm, both in terms of speed and responsiveness.