Kupa had already revealed their plans for the Windows 8 tablet coming along with the Windows 8 launch.They showcased their X11 tablet running Windows 8 at CES 2012.
Now Kupa has officially revealed their Windows 8 Pro based tablet the “UltraNote”.The tablet would feature intel’s latest Ivy Bridge based core i3,i5 and i7 processors.The device features a 10.1″ an IPS display screen with a 1900×1200 Resolution,with upto 10 points of touch input support.
Talking about the memory specifications,it would feature a 4GB DDR3 RAM which can be expanded upto 8GB to go with 64GB and 128GB of SSD storage options.It also sport a pair of cameras with 2 megapixel front facing and a 5 megapixel rear camera.
Battery life is said to be around 7 hours,which can further be boosted with a dock up to 12 hours of battery life,it sports a 45Whr swappable battery.It also sports two USB 3.0 Ports,an HDMI port and a SIM card slot along with connectivity options of WiFi,3G/4G LTE and NFC options.
The dock contains keyboard,battery and ports like USB,ethernet,video and SD card slot.
Though the pricing details haven’t been announced yet,The tablet will hit the markets by next month,so we can expect a pricing in a couple of weeks as we inch closer to the public release of Windows 8.