Kupa UltraNote Looks Admirable

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MobileCon 2012 recently announced another tablet, The Kupa’s UltraNote modular tablet is something to awe upon and it brings with it all the necessary ingredients that we look for in a tablet: sleek, stylish yet tweaked to modernization and built to be an everyday cohort. 

Picking its technical aspects, the UltraNote is a 10.1 inch slab with IPS display and a 10-point multitouch panel. It will carry Microsoft’s Windows 8 Operating System plus a generous serving options of either an Intel Core i3, i5 or 17 complete with Ivy Bridge processor; 4 or 8GB of RAM and 64 or 128GB of SSD; 2 USB3.0 ports, and HDMI port and a 5megapixel rear facing camera with a decent 2megapixel front. 

Kupa also has an optional keyboard dock for the UltraNote with a serving of various ports including USB and Ethernet. The built in battery can go up to 12 hours when the tablet is attached, making the UltraNote a hybrid tablet/laptop.

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