Hands On: HCL MiLeap Y Series Tablet PC (Tech Ticker)

HCL MiLeap Y Series Tech Ticker has put together a quick hands on of a new convertible Tablet PC/Laptop (really a UMPC given the 7″ display). It’s the HCL MiLeap Y Series Tablet PC.

The MiLeap Y series is manufactured by HCL Infosystems and appears to initially be targeted towards the Indian market. It’s based on Intel’s Ultra Mobile Platform and starts at around $763 USD. The 7″ display is a widescreen touchscreen display with a resolution of 1024×600 and it swivels to lay down flat over the keyboard like a Tablet, or up with access to the keyboard, like a laptop/notebook.

It’s very similar to the Fujitsu Lifebook U810 – while the U810 has a smaller display (5.6″), they both share the same CPU/platform – Intel’s A110, an 800MHz processor designed for mobile devices.

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  1. Actually, this is a just a rebranded Kohjinsha SH8 model. It would be wonderful to see this be rebranded and come over to North America, but I think I have no choice but to import to get this baby.

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