PC maker Malata is showing off at least 4 tablets at Computex this week, although you can generally break them down into two categories: Windows 7 tablets and Google Android tablets.

On the Windows 7 front, jkkmobile spotted two very similar machines called the PC-A1001 and the PC-A1001H. Both have 10.1 inch, 1024 4x 600 capacitive multitouch displays, as well as a stylus designed to work with the capacitive screen.

The Windows 7 tablets feature 1.66GHz Intel Atom N455 processors, DDR3 memory. 802.11b/g/n WiFi, 2 USB ports, optional GPS and 3G, and 2.5 inch hard drives. They weigh about 2.2 pounds and come with 3000mAh batteries.

The two Google Android tablets jkkmobile spent time with both have 10 inch displays. But the SMB-A1001 has a Samsung ARM Cortex-A8 based processor while the A-1011 is powered by NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 chipset. The Tegra model will be able to handle 1080p HD video playback as well as 3D graphics, but it’s worth pointing out that both Android tablets had HDMI ports, which seems to indicate that Malata expects them both to be able to handle at least some HD video.

The Android tablets also have SIM card readers and micro SD card slots. I didn’t get a look at the spec sheet for the Tegra model, but the SMB-A1001 has 256MB of RAM, and 512MB to 1GB of flash storage. It has 802.11b/g/n WiFi, accelerometer, and a 3500 battery.

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3 replies on “Malata shows off Windows, Android tablets”

  1. I think you wanted “off” not “of” in the title. . .

    Lots of tablets. . . choices. . . choices. . . and more chioces.

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