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The Sharp NetWalker PC-T1 is a tiny 5” Ubuntu tablet released as a step-up from the NetWalker PC-Z1.

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Pros

full 10" netbook resolution (1024 x 600px) on a 5" display

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Cons

high price compared to other tablets

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bulky plastic only build - cheap and unattractive compared to other pure tablet designs

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small display is difficult from a usability experience - closer to a PDA in size

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slower, restrictive hardware comparable to a cell phone - 800MHz Freescale processor, 512MB of memory, 8GB of flash storage

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The Sharp NetWalker PC-T1 is a tiny 5” Ubuntu tablet released as a step-up from the NetWalker PC-Z1. It sacrifices its predecessor’s keyboard while maintaining its 1024x600 resolution. Featured on the PC-T1 is the Ubuntu operating system, a freescale semiconductor processor, and 512MB main memory / 8GB flash memory (only 1.5GB of which is available for use). Critics especially like the unit’s connectivity options, which include USB, microSD, microSDHC, and even 802.11b/g WiFi. Plus the unit comes bundled with several interesting software packs: an Anglo-Japanese dictionary and access to Sharp’s e-bookstore. It purportedly also ships with a carrying pouch and a charger for the 6-hour battery.

Features
  • Tablet PC
  • Ubutu OS
  • Freelance Semiconductor
  • LED Backlight Display
  • Wireless Connectivity
  • microSD Expansion
  • USB Connectivity
  • Carrying Pouch
  • Virtual Keyboard
  • Handwriting Recognition
Specifications
  • OS: Ubutu 9.04
  • CPU: Freescale Semiconductor i.MX515 (800MHz)
  • Display: 5” TFT LED Backlight (WSVGA; 1024x600)
  • Memory: 512MB Main Memory, 8GB Flash
  • Interface: USB 2.0; miniUSB
  • Card Reader: microSD; microSDHC
  • Networking: 802.11b/g; Bluetooth
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