Taiwanese PC maker Quanta produces computers that are sold by companies ranging from Apple to Lenovo. And that’s why I have no idea what brand name we’ll eventually see on this convertible tablet that popped up at the FCC web site this week. But as Wireless Goodness notes, it appears that the tablet has 802.11b/g/n WiFi, and measures about the size of a 8.5″ x 11″ sheet of paper.

That could mean it will sport an 11.6 inch screen, but since the measurements aren’t precise, we could also be looking at a ten inch model. It seems that the computer has both a keyboard and a touchscreen display which you can rotate 180 degrees and fold over the keyboard for use in tablet mode.

And that’s about all we know for now.

Update: Mystery probably solved: It certainly looks a lot like a 4th generation Intel Classmate PC, doesn’t it? That means we can probably expect a 10.1 inch touchscreen display and slightly ruggedized case, which explains why this model is a little big for a 10 inch tablet.

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3 replies on “Quanta convertible tablet hits the FCC – probably a Classmate PC”

  1. I think that this is simply the new classmate tablet pc …check out the handle…

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