- It will have a dedicated Ctrl+Alt+Del button, something missing from many modern slate PCs.
- The tablet may be able to dual boot Windows and Android.
Up until now, it had looked like the new Tega tablet was going to be a Windows-only machine. Now it looks like you might be able to choose between operating systems at bot.
The tablet weighs 1.9 pounds and measure about 0.55 inches thick. It has a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N455 processor and up to 2Gb of RAM and up to 64GB of solid state storage.
The Tega v2 has a 10.1 inch, capacitive multitouch display, a camera, WiFi and Bluetooth as well as optional 3G or 4G capabilities, and a G-Sensor. There are also 2 USB ports, an SDHC card slot, and a VGA port.
Ortega says the new model will run for up to 3 hours on a charge.