Australian print media contacted by Apple regarding tablet

Rumors have returned: iTablet could be launched in February 2010, costing between $ 800 and $ 1,000

This rumor will definitely not go away until the ad leaves Steve Jobs's mouth: Taiwan Economic News today resumed speculation about a possible iTablet, which was initially considered for last week's “It’s only rock and roll” event, but later ended up being discarded as a launch for 2010.

Apple Tablet by Jesus Diaz

According to Asian sources, the Mac touchscreen will have a 9.6 inch screen, built-in 3G module (HSPDA), a long battery life and a processor developed by the PA Semi division within Apple. The machine is expected to be launched in February next year, costing between $ 800 and $ 1,000.

Also according to the report, DynaPack will be responsible for supplying 300 thousand batteries per month to Apple, while Wintek will supply touch sensitive panels, such as those already produced for iPhones / iPods touch.

THE DailyFinance It also ran a story today in which it predicts that the Apple Tablet could be Cupertino's great response to the Kindle. Analyzing all its advantages, reporter Tom Barlow concludes that Amazon does not stand a chance against the new product. If Steve Jobs is really working daily and directly on him, I don't doubt anything.

(Via: MacRumors.)