Friday, November 5, 2010

**Exclusive First Look** at the ILINX Tablet!

At the Nexus ECM 2010 conference in Bellevue, WA Shadrach White (Twitter: @shadrachwhite), CTO of ImageSource Inc, announced the ILINX Tablet.  It is an Intel based tablet running Windows7 that is aimed squarely at business users.  

ImageSource is a leading Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions provider and software company so this announcement will certainly get people talking.As an ECM professional and avid Apple iPad user myself, I was quite shocked today at Shad's keynote presentation.  I am also very excited about the concept and I think it takes a lot of guts for this company to dive head first into the business tablet market.  There is something to be said about being first and that is certainly one goal of ImageSource with this product.  

As soon as the keynote was over I was able to get the first ever video of the tablet working in the wild.  I am working to get more details about the hardware, price, and availably so please check  back for updates.  

The specs that we know:
  • Single core N450 Atom (current prototype; final model is planned to be dual-core) 
  • 2 GB RAM
  • 3 USB ports
  • 1 VGA port 
  • 1 Ethernet port
  • Analog audio I/O
  • User facing camera
  • Supports Microsoft 7 Tablet or Pro | IE9 | FireFox | IIS | SQL Express
  • Sample file formats supported: DOCX, XLSX, PPTX, TIFF, JPG, MP3, MP4, PDF, GIF, PNG to name a few