Forget the iPad, here's the Windows-based iTablet
Now we know you may not be fans of the iPad, but what fresh hell is this?
That's right - the iTablet. No, really. It's a a touchscreen tablet that runs on Windows or Linux, manufactured by UK company X2 Computing. No word on pricing yet but according to Pocket Lint, X2 reckons "the iTablet will revolutionise the way that Windows users can access and use data on the move". No, no it won't. If you seriously thought it did, you wouldn't have called it the iTablet to jump on Apple's bandwagon. And cutting and pasting Windows into a tablet doesn't make it a tablet operating system, does it?
We're not knocking the spec - three USB ports, USB connected 1.3-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and 3G - all the stuff critics said the iPad should have had. But the casing looks cheap, the UI is designed for another product altogether - you're serving Rola Cola and pretending it's the Real Thing.