During the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show 2012, the very first tablet in a series of "Windows 8 ready" tablet devices will be revealed. At the event, visitors will witness a Windows 8 preview on this tablet.
The device, Kupa X11, is powered by a 1.5 GHz Intel Oak Trail processor. The tablet will be launched with Windows 7 professional initially - but once "Windows 8 ready" is operative, the tablet will get it.
Currently, Kupa X11 is on sale on the Kupa website and is available in three different versions.
Specifications of this device include a 10.1 inch screen with 1366 x 768 resolution, 10 hour battery life along with a 2GB RAM which makes multi-tasking easy and fast, reports T3.
The three versions of this tablets include the 64 GB WiFi only version, the 64 GB version with 3G and WiFi both and the 128 GB version that has both WiFi as well as 3G connectivity. Until now, there is no word from the company regarding its release in the UK. This will be determined at a later date.
This is very exciting for those attending CES next week in Las Vegas. With many new innovative products scheduled for release or introduction at the event, there will be plenty to talk about for the next few months.