Kupa UltraNote Windows 8 Tablet Offers Modular Design For Maximum Customization

Summary: An external side panel for add-ons and a removable battery set this slate apart from the Windows 8 competition.

When you're an underdog in the market, you often have to offer twice as much to get noticed. That seems to be the strategy for Kupa (which has the X11 Windows seven product available already) with its new UltraNote Windows 8 product. It may not have product identification, but it has some improvements that will set it up apart from other Windows 8 slates from significant gamers like Lenovo and Acer.

While the UltraNote's elements are amazing -- choice of Intel Ivy Link Primary i3, i5, or i7 processer, 4GB of RAM (8GB maximum), 64GB or 128GB SSD, 10.1-inch 1,920x1,200 IPS show, pen digitizer  -- it's the exterior areas that are truly popular. Moreover to providing a detachable power supply (something you'll never see in an iPad), the UltraNote can make use of an exterior side board that can offer extra performance (as show in the picture above).

That performance can consist of a bank cards audience, audience, device expansion for cellular telephone phone calls, and presumably more. You can also get the optionally available docking place that has a key pad, a couple of USB slots, VGA outcome, Ethernet port, SD cards port, and an extra power supply, which the company statements will offer the UltraNote with up to 12 hours of life cycle of power supply when along with the tablet's main power supply.

While it won't be a top owner at Best Buy, Kupa is at least thinking in a different way when it comes to an enterprise-friendly Windows 8 product. Unfortunately, it hasn't offered any kind of costs information for the UltraNote when it delivers next month, which may eventually figure out just how helpful it really is.

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