Haier’s X220P convertible tablet netbook makes its way through the FCC

imageChinese electronics manufacturer Haier isn’t exactly well known for its computers, but today the company passed a decent-looking convertible tablet PC through the FCC.  Known as the X220P, the device rocks an Intel Atom processor (speed unknown), 10.1” touch screen display with a 1024 x 600 resolution, 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, and 3G wireless data, all in a package that weighs slightly less than 3 pounds.  The user manual for the device shows that the device runs Windows XP or Linux.

No word on pricing or availability yet.  The device doesn’t appear to have any obvious branding either, so it’s possible that the device will be rebranded before it makes its way to the States.


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