Apple iSlate : Mac Tablet in 2010

Aside from the rumored iPhone 4G, another thing look into from Apple this coming 2010 is the release of their first Mac Tablet. Yes, you heard it right! Apple is officially into the Tablet PC market wherein this coming first quarter of 2010 is the unveiling of their product called Apple iSlate. There have been a lot of rumors as to the exact date of its release (probably on January 26th) but one thing is for sure: Apple iSlate will definitely be available to consumers next year!

Actual specifications and capabilities of the new Apple iSlate are still unknown until its official unveiling. However, there are some information leaked in the internet. Apple iSlate (some call it also as “Apple iPad” which is kinda awkward to pronounce) is rumored to have a 10-inch and 7-inch versions, both 3G-enabled tablets. Some would say that it’s a jumbo-sized iPod Touch.

According to Daily World Buzz’s report:

News about Apple Tablet specifications have been spreading since last year until today. Unknown sources said that the Apple Tablet will have a 9.7-inch OLED display from LG and will have an Intel Quad processor. Gadget price clairvoyants expect the opening retail price to be around a hefty $2,000 to $3,000 US dollars. But if you don’t want to spend a lot with the OLEDApple Tablet, there are rumors that you’ll have an option to avail of the 10.6-inch LCD version that will land somewhere between $800 and $1,000.

Here’s just some unofficial images of Apple iSlate:

This is good news for all Apple fanatics out there. Indeed, another promising product from the world’s leading computer company. I’m looking forward for the unveiling of this new Apple product.

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One Response to Apple iSlate : Mac Tablet in 2010

  1. Admin January 30, 2010 at 3:05 PM #

    Great post. The iSlate will revolutionize mobile gaming. With it being compatible with the popular applications that run on the iPhone the iSlate will be a more functional version of the iPhone due to it’s increased size and computing power.

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