Hanvon got a bit of buzz recently for introducing a 10 inch touchscreen tablet with a 1.3GHz Intel Celeron ULV743 processor at a time when many other PC makers are pushing out tablets with low power ARM-based chips or Intel Atom processors.  While Intel’s ULV line of chips aren’t exactly power hungry, they tend to offer significantly better overall performance than Atom chips.

But the ULV-toting Hanvon B10 Touchpad isn’t the only new tablet from Hanvon. The company has also introduced an Atom powered machine with a lower resolution display which I can only assume will be significantly cheaper than the B10.

The Hanvon F10 Touchpad has a 1.6GHz Intel Atom Z530 processor, 10.1 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel display, 1G of RAM, and 120G hard drive. It runs Windows 7 Home Premium and has a multiotuch display. It also packs 802.11b/g WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, mic, headphone, VGA, and 2 USB ports. The F10 Touchpad has a 2600mAh battery, handwriting recognition software, and facial recognition software, which implies that it also has a webcam, although I don’t see anything about the camera in the spec sheet.

The F10 measures 9.6″ x 7.2″ x 0.6″ and weighs about  about 1.8 pounds.

As far as I can tell, the Hanvon F10 Touchpad is the tablet formerly known as the Hanvon BA10E. Last I heard, it would sell for between $500 and $600, but there’s no final word on pricing or availability.

thanks Rudi!

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6 replies on “Hanvon F10 tablet with Atom CPU, Windows 7 Home Premium”

  1. This picture and the specs you describe are the B10 touchpad, not the F10, which doesn’t include multi-touch (although a model MAY come out of the F10 that will include both multi-touch and a digitizer stylus).

  2. Michael, I don’t think it is Brad who causes the confusion.

    There are a lot of new tablets being released! I’m still looking for a worthy replacement for my Asus R2H, but there is too much choice! 🙂

  3. Brad, your site and info getting messy with too much info. Time you categorize netbooks, tablets, and smartbooks and MIDs

    I have lost count of the smartbooks and tablets as there are so many china models.

    I guess everybody is waiting for the established players to come out with their stuff. Apple, Dell, Sony, Lenovo, HP, Toshiba.

  4. You are most welcome Brad!

    On eBay someone sells the BC10C/B10 for $ 1199,-. The add mentions still over 10 available, but the remarks on the bottom state that he had only one, sold it and is waiting to restock.

  5. Input: Electromagnetic Pen Yeah!!!!!
    I hope it works as well as a WACOM.
    If so I’m definitely buying one.

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