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Video: TabletKiosk Sahara i215 Not Designed for Vista

The TabletKiosk Sahara i215 tablet PC sports some of the best ergonomics available on the market with its rounded edges and Apple-like appearance, but the spec sheet comes up a little short by today’s standards. The processor is just a 1.5GHz Intel Pentium M number and it is designed to run on Windows XP. Other features include a 12.1-inch XGA touchscreen display, 1GB memory, 60GB HDD, integrated Wacom Electromagnetic Digitizer, 802.11b/g WiFi, and up to 3.5-hours of battery life.

While it was never built to run Windows Vista, it seems that it can handle it just fine as demonstrated by the video below. You’ll also enjoy it’s ultra lightweight (3.1-pound) design and overall attractive aesthetics. Another interesting characteristic is that it has a CompactFlash slot, but not a Secure Digital or PCMCIA slot.

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