Chinese device maker Haier isn’t known in the West for its computer lineup. But in China the company is now offering a 10 inch Windows tablet with a detachable keyboard and an Intel Atom Z3740D Bay Trail processor.

Haier W1048


The Haier W1048 features a 10.1 inch, 1280 x 800 pixel display, 2GB of RAM 64GB of storage, a 2MP front-facing camera, HDMI and USB ports, and WiFi.

It’s available for pre-order in China for ¥ 2499.00, or about $400 US, although there’s no word on whether we’ll see this model in the West or how much it would cost if we did.

Haier isn’t the first company to offer a Bay Trail tablet for the Chinese market. Ramos also recently introduced the Ramos i10 tablet with Windows 8.1, a full HD display, and an Atom Z3770D processor.

via PadNews

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5 replies on “Haier W1048 Lynx Bay Trail tablet hits China”

  1. It looks pretty good. Nicer display resolution than the Asus Transformer Pad T100.

    1. Nicer display resolution?

      This thing is 1280×800, while the T100 is 1366×768… One’s just more squarish ratio than the other…

      1. Yes, 16:9 aspect ratio sucks. 16:10 is better, but I would prefer 4:3 but that is so out of fashion these days… (except on iPad!)

        1. Okay, but ratio is not resolution and that’s just your personal preference…

          Ratio preferences depends a lot on what you’re doing most of the time, unfortunately we’re still a long way from screens that can alter form factor as needed to best fit the usage needs at any one time…

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