Chinese PC maker Malata doesn’t tend to sell a lot of products in the US, but the company’s upcoming PC-A1001 tablet has made an appearance at the FCC web site. That’s a good indication of… well, something. It’s possible that Malata will try to sell this device in the States, or maybe another vendor will rebrand the tablet and sell it under a different name.

It’s also possible that Malata is just hedging bets — some companies simply look for FCC approval on all of their new devices with wireless components just in case it becomes necessary down the road, even if they have no current plans to launch in the US.

Anyway, the Malata PC-A1001 has a 1.66GHz intel Atom N450 processor, a 10.1 inch 1024 x 600 pixel touchscreen display, 1GB of RAM and a 160GB hard drive. It weighs 2.2 pounds and runs Windows 7. The tabelt features 802.11b/g/n WiFi.

If you’re wondering what a Windows tablet looks like with its lid off, you can also see some internal photos of the PC-A1001 after the break.

Malata has also been showing off a similar looking tablet with a dual core NVIDIA Tegra ARM-based processor and Google Android for the past few months.

via Wireless Goodness

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2 replies on “Malata Windows 7 tablet passes through the FCC”

  1. They’d better not market it in Italy with that name. “Malata” is the Italian word for SICK or ILL.

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