TabletKiosk is currently presenting the brand new Sahara Slate i500 at Computex 2011. The tablet is one of several recently announced devices sporting Intel-manufactured chips, and looking past its processor this business slate will uniquely offer three types of touch input.
The Sahara Slate i500 runs 64-bit Windows 7 Professional, features support for Wacom pen-input, and has options for either resistive or capacitive touch. It is powered by an Intel Core i7-640LM processor, and has the all-around traits one would expect from a respectable Windows 7 tablet.
TabletKiosk paid special mind to enterprise users’ concerns about security, equipping the Sahara Slate i500 with several layers of defense, including an Infineon Single Chip TPM and Intel vPro technology with BIOS level remote management.
The 12-inch Sahara Slate i500 will also feature two hot-swappable Lithium-Ion batteries to keep users readily charged
Price and release info for the Sahara Slate i500 currently is not available. However, if you find yourself in the neighborhood of Computex (in Taiwan), you can swing by Microsoft’s booth for a closer look at the business tablet.