TST Launches Ultra-Slim Tablet PCs

TST Launches Ultra-Slim Tablet PCs


Tatung Science and Technology (TST) has released two light weight and ultra-slim tablets for applications in healthcare, insurance, education, inventory management, manufacturing and other areas that require users to carry units for long periods of time. The two new models released are the TTAB-A12D and TTAB-910E.

The TTAB-A12D is about the size of a book, keeping the system manageable and easy to carry for a variety of remote or mobile computing applications. It can be operated either by using a stylus for handwriting, sketching or mark-up, or with an optional keyboard or docking station. It weighs only 3.08lbs and its dimensions are 9.13 x 11.92 x 0.73-inches. The system includes a Lithium Ion (5400mAh @7.4V) battery pack with up to 4hr battery life (depending on configuration and applications) with a 6-cell battery pack; support for S3 hot swap features and an AC adapter 12V DC power supply

It can be configured with a 1.6 GHz Intel Pentium M processor LV 768 with 2MB L2 cache or Intel 1GHz Celeron M processor ULV 373 with 512KB L2 cache. The entry level 10.4” TTAB-910E can be configured with an Intel Celeron M processor LV 733 MHz with 256KB L2 cache. A unique security system is integrated with the TTAB-A12D to limit unauthorized access the new Tatung tablets through Omni Pass AP biometric fingerprint recognition.

For communications, both models feature WLAN 802.11 a/b/g or b/g via Mini PCI; a 56K V.92 Modem card; and IrDA on the motherboard. I/O Ports include VGA out; DC-in; USB 2.0×2; IEEE1394; Headphone out; Microphone in; Modem Port; LAN Port; Docking Port and KBD Stand Interface. The TTAB-A12D can be rotated 90 degrees by using the optional docking station. It allows users to view the tablet in portrait or landscape format. When the tablet is rotated on the cradle, the on-screen image also automatically rotates, and it can be inclined for four different viewing angles.