There are those who say that the iPad has “annihilated” the tablet market, but will soon arrive by offering some competitor offers that, just like in the Macs vs. Brawl fight. PCs can please different types of users. Among the extras that we will probably never see on an iPad are USB ports and even built-in trackpads.
In the video below, you can see a quick comparison between a Hanvon tablet running Microsoft Windows 7, placed side by side with an iPad. Tests include web browsing (Mobile Safari vs. Internet Explorer), email management (Mail vs. Outlook), calendar (iCal vs. Outlook), annotations (Notes vs. Outlook), videos (YouTube vs. YouTube app in IE with Flash) and even using Google Earth.
(youtube) http://www.youtube/watch?v=f2IuEH07xBg (/ youtube)
Surprising, I would say. That's because Windows 7 Home Premium is definitely not an ideal platform for this type of device.
The tablet seen above offers a 10-inch capacitive multi-touch screen (with 1024 × 600 pixel resolution), 1.3GHz Intel ULV743 processor, 2GB RAM, Intel GMA 4500 graphics chipset, 250GB HD, webcam, Wi- Fi + Bluetooth, two USB ports, Mini HDMI output, SD card slot, microphone and speakers. It should reach the market by the end of the year, still without a defined price.