Intel StoryBook Tablet PC coming with dual OS

It appears that there’s a new Intel tablet coming out to play and is targeting towards emerging markets such as Brazil and China, and carries the codename of Intel StoryBook.

According to Digitimes, it seems that Intel has a tablet planned with the codename StoryBook. This tablet is apparently the successor to the ClassMate PC.As far as its specs are concerned, the StoryBook tablet PC will be powered by Intel’s new Medfield chip that has been designed for both smartphones and tablets in mind. It will also sport a 10” display and will allow for dual operating systems.

It’s not the first time we’ve seen touch functionality in Classmate PCs.Intel created a touchscreen variant of its Classmate netbook back in 2008, with a rotating display that could fold flat against the keyboard, and a handle that allowed it to be easily held in the crook of the arm. That model used a smaller, 8.9-inch, 1024 x 600 display than the rumored StoryBook slate, and ran a 1.6GHz Atom CPU.

Word has it that the Intel StoryBook tablet will see release in the second half of this year.

Digitimes has also reported that Intel might be pricing the StoryBook tablet below $299.

Intel along with Lenovo have also released a 10.1-inch Classmate PC with Windows 7 and Atom N2600 in Argentina and the machine is priced at US$300-400 and has already received orders for 158,000 units in the country.
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