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Tatung Introduces New Ultra-Light, Ultra-Slim, High-Peformance Tablet PC Family; High Performance 12.1'' TTAB-A12D and Entry Level 10.4'' TTAB-910E Tablet PC; American Academy of Family Physicians Scientific Assembly.



SAN FRANCISCO -- Tatung Science and Technology today unveiled two new models of tablet PC, TTAB-A12D and TTAB-910E. The new advanced 12.1'' TTAB-A12D can be configured with a 1.6 GHz Intel(R) Pentium(R) M processor LV 768 with 2MB L2 cache or Intel 1GHz Celeron M processor ULV ULV Ultra Low Voltage
ULV University of La Verne (La Verne, CA)
ULV Ultra Low Volume
ULV Ultra Light Vliegtuig
ULV Unmanned Launch Vehicle
ULV UltraLink Viewer (Rose Electronics) 
 373 with 512KB L2 cache. The entry level 10.4'' TTAB-910E can be configured with an Intel Celeron M processor LV 733 MHz with 256KB L2 cache. The ultra light and ultra slim TTAB-A12D is about the size of a book, keeping the system manageable and easy to carry for a variety of remote or mobile computing applications. It can be operated either by using a stylus for handwriting, sketching or mark-up, or with an optional keyboard or docking station.

High Performance Configurations with Built in Biometric Fingerprint Security

A unique security system is integrated with the TTAB-A12D to limit unauthorized access the new Tatung tablets through Omni Pass AP biometric fingerprint recognition. With the integrated OmniPass software, access to the system is controlled by a sensor that requires users to swipe a finger to access password-protected Web sites, programs, and other log-ons that can be configured by users or administrators.

The TTAB-A12D tablet includes one user expandable memory slot (SO-DIMM See SODIMM.

SO-DIMM - Small Outline DIMM
 slot); a 12.1" XGA (EXtended Graphics Array) A screen resolution of 1,024x768 pixels. The term stems from IBM's XGA display standard introduced in 1990, which extended VGA to 132-column text and interlaced 1,024x768x256 resolution. XGA-2 later added non-interlaced 1,024x768x64K.  TFT LCD display; an electromagnetic digitizer, allowing 133 samples/sec, at 0.001 mm (2540ppi) resolution; a 2.5" 40GB/60GB hard disk drive; and 10/100 Ethernet on the motherboard.

For communications, the TTAB-A12D tablet features WLAN See wireless LAN.

WLAN - wireless local area network
 802.11 a/b/g or b/g via Mini PCI; a 56K V.92 Modem card; and IrDA on the motherboard. I/O Ports include VGA (Video Graphics Array) The display standard for the PC. All PC display adapters support VGA, and Windows machines boot up in "VGA mode" before switching to higher resolutions.  out; DC-in; USB USB
 in full Universal Serial Bus

Type of serial bus that allows peripheral devices (disks, modems, printers, digitizers, data gloves, etc.) to be easily connected to a computer.
 2.0x2; IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, New York, www.ieee.org) A membership organization that includes engineers, scientists and students in electronics and allied fields. 1394; Headphone out; Microphone in; Modem Port; LAN (Local Area Network) A communications network that serves users within a confined geographical area. The "clients" are the user's workstations typically running Windows, although Mac and Linux clients are also used.  Port; Docking Port and KBD KBD Keyboard
kBd Kilobaud
KBD Killed By Death (punk music slang)
KBD Karelian Bear Dog (breed)
KBD Knowledge Base Development (DoD)
KBD Kings Bench Division
 Stand Interface. Audio support is AC-97 Rev 2.2/2.3/Azalia compliant with integrated stereo speakers and an integrated full duplex microphone; and an optional array microphone. The unit also includes a card bus slot for Type I/II, Mini-PCI, MDC (1) (Mobile Daughter Card) See riser card.

(2) See Meta Data Coalition.
.

Ultra Thin and Ultra Lightweight

The TTAB-A12D weighs only 3.08lbs (1.4Kg) and its dimensions are 9.13"x11.92"x0.73"; 232mm (W) x 303mm (H) x 18.6mm. The system includes a Lithium Ion (5400mAh @7.4V) battery pack with up to 4hr battery life (depending on configuration and applications) with a 6-cell battery pack; support for S3 hot swap features and an AC adapter 12V DC power supply. Standard accessories include an AC adapter, power cord, stylus pen, pen tether, quick start guide, Window XP tablet PC edition and utility CD, a 6-cell battery pack and a detachable keyboard stand. Optional accessories include a 10-cell extended battery pack that holds power for up to six hours, an external battery charger, slim USB keyboard, RF mouse, docking station, slipcover, and carrying bag.

Docking Station Allows for Different Viewing Angles

The TTAB-A12D can be rotated 90 degrees by using the optional docking station. It allows users to view the tablet in portrait or landscape format. When the tablet is rotated on the cradle, the on-screen image also automatically rotates, and it can be inclined for four different viewing angles.

"The light weight and slim dimensions of the new TTAB-A12D tablets make them ideal for applications in healthcare, insurance, education, inventory management, manufacturing and other areas that require users to carry the units for long periods of time, while the TTAB-910E provides affordable entry level Tablet PC for vertical applications," said James Hwang Director of Tatung Science and Technology, Inc. (TSTI TSTI Total Safety Task Instruction
TSTI Texas State Traffic Institute
TSTI Too Small To Investigate
), a U.S. subsidiary of the multi-national Tatung Company.

About Tatung Science & Technology, Inc.

Tatung Science and Technology, Inc. is a leading provider of high performance blade servers, x86 servers and tablet PCs, and an U.S. subsidiary of the over $7 billion, multi-national Tatung Company. Tatung Company is a worldwide provider of products for the computer, communications and consumer market segments. For more information, contact Tatung Science and Technology, Inc., 436 Kato Terrace, Fremont, CA 94539; 1-800-659-5902; email: mkt@tsti.com; web site: http://www.tsti.com.
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