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The Sahara iTablet i213 is an interesting device that you do not hear much about and I have to confess I have never seen one in person.  Tabletpc2 has not only reviewed the i213 but has named it their editor’s choice, mainly due to the "blazing […]

Sahara_tablet The Sahara iTablet i213 is an interesting device that you do not hear much about and I have to confess I have never seen one in person.  Tabletpc2 has not only reviewed the i213 but has named it their editor’s choice, mainly due to the "blazing speed" of the Tablet.  To see why they feel the Sahara is worthy of the editor’s choice check out the complete review and you will find complete specs by hitting the "continue reading" link below. The all white case of the Sahara would go nicely with your iPod, don’t you think?

CPU Intel Pentium M Centrino
CPU Speed 1.3 GHz
Operating System Windows Tablet XP Edition
Main Memory 1 x DDR-SODimm slot up to 1.0GB
HDD 2.5" 40GB HDD or larger
VGA Chip Set Intel 855GM(E)
VGA 1024 x 768 in Landscape mode                       768 x 1024 in Portrait mode
Display 12.1" Digitizer-Screen XGA
Input Device
Wacom Digitizer
User Interface 1 x Power on/off switch 
1 x Wireless on/off switch
1 x Scroll wheel – Up, down, enter
Communications 1 x RJ45 10/100 Ethernet              ,                
1 x RJ11 56K / V.90 Modem
1 x 802.11b/g Wi-Fi
I/O Ports 2 x USB 2.0
1 x IEEE 1394 Firewire
1 x Mini VGA port (supports dual Monitor mode)
Expansion 1 x type I & II CF Card Slot
Audio ICH4-M Integrated Codec Controller, Realtek ALC202 Codec, Dual full-duplex Direct Sound Channels, ’97 2.2  & PC2001 compliant, Integrated Dual Speakers, One Earphone Jack & One Microphone Jack
Case Plastic Case
Battery Lithium Ion (3600 mAh) 6-Cell Battery Pack, 4.5 hour battery life
Power Supply AC Adapter 60W / 12Vdc
Size 11.5" x 8.6" x .94" (W x H x D)
Weight 3.3 lbs with Battery Pack

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  1. Christopher James Tuesday, November 30, 2004

    You say you have not seen this lesser known TPC Of course in the UK one can see NO TPCs in the flesh, I don’t know when manufacturers will learn!

  2. I have been using the Sahara pen tablet for the past 6 months. I use the passive digitizer version for my research program with stroke patients, thus this is a pen tablet and not a tablet PC. This is one of the few tablets with a passive digitizer. A drawback is it does not have palm-rejection technology (in contrast to the smaller Fujitsu pen tablets). Otherwise, it works very well, I have no complaints.

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