Tablet PC enthusiast and entrepreneur Hugo Ortega is in the process of designing his company’s latest Tegatech tablet. This week he shared a few interesting details about the upcoming Tega v2 Touch Tablet:

  1. It will have a dedicated Ctrl+Alt+Del button, something missing from many modern slate PCs.
  2. 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.

via GottaBeMobile

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8 replies on “Tega v2 Windows tablet: Designed by someone who loves, gets tablets”

  1. Looks like a viewsonic 10 re-branded. The innovation amazes me. (nb that was sarcastic)

  2. It’s funny how people describe Ctrl-Alt-Del as a feature. To me it’s just another example of the fact that MSWindows was never meant to be run on a tablet. I guess every generation likes to hold on to what’s familiar, like the horse and buggy before automobiles. Time to move on people!

    1. please – you are just quoting what the tech press say. You have no idea how good windows will be. I have a touchscreen win 7 tablet and it is EASY to use and has a FULL os. All the media comments about win 7 show a lack of a simple user ability to customize one – resizing buttons, including user interfaces, one touch desktop icons etc etc.

      1. eg you can have a homescreen withbig icons that you can flick about just like the ipad – all on a windows device – try a user interface called Blue Dolphin.

        The once you’ve had your fun your full OS can do everything you’ve ever dreamed of doing with one.

    2. Ctrl-Alt-Del is important to login to Windows network.
      Forget with IPAD your admin may kick in case you ask him.

  3. There are very few people whose opinion on tablets, especially consumer focused once, matters more than Hugo’s. He’s all kinds of awesome.

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