Sharp’s Windows 8 Mebius Pad Tablet Revealed, Here are its Specs and Looks
If you’re looking for a Windows 8 powered tablet with a stylus to use for professional purpose (and not only) then you should head your attention towards Sharp’s latest accomplish, the Mebius Pad. Further aspects (such as specs and other hardware performances) are being detailed below, so don’t hesitate and check the same.
Announced last year, the Sharp Mebius Pad was officially revealed during Computex, when everyone was impressed by its amazing display. The tablet is featuring a 10.1 inch touchscreen that provides 2,560×1,600-pixel resolution, which is close to 300ppi, similar with what we currently have on Google Nexus 10. So, with such a display you will be able to use this Windows 8 based tablet for completing various tasks, whether we are talking about your work projects, or for your own entertainment.
Sharp Mebius Pad: Water and Dust Proof alongside Windows 8 and IGZO screen
Mebius Pad specs are also including the new generation of Bay Trail Atom Z3370 quad-core processor, which performances are similar with what we can obtain on an Intel Core 2 Duo chipset. Furthermore, this tablet is also coming with 4 GB of RAM, an 8 MP rear facing camera and 64 GB of internal storage.
Mebius Pad is water and dust proof, supports LTE connectivity, weights only 600g and looks quite similar with the Sony Xperia Tablet Z, though on Sony we don’t have glass on the back like we have on Sharp. The handset brings Windows 8 right of the box and access to Windows Store from where you can anytime download your favorite apps and programs.
So, bottom line, the Mebius Pad is a great new Windows 8 featured tablet that comes with an impressive display and with decent to high end hardware performances. The tablet is currently available in Japan and there are still no words related to its upcoming release to other markets such as Europe or US. Anyway, stay close as we will update you with fresh info as soon as something new comes out.
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