At 292.9 x 220 x 24.9mm and 3.1-pounds, the TabletKiosk i215 manages to house a 12.1-inch XGA touchscreen display. Other features include a 1.5-GHz Intel Pentium M processor, 1GB of memory, 60GB HDD, an integrated Wacom Electromagnetic Digitizer, 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, and up to 3.5-hours battery life. Video after the jump.

Over this period the only negative about the device, other than the retro specifications, was that it was never built to run Windows Vista, that is until I received an email from a friend recently

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At 292.9 x 220 x 24.9mm and 3.1-pounds, the TabletKiosk i215 manages to house a 12.1-inch XGA touchscreen display. Other features include a 1.5-GHz Intel Pentium M processor, 1GB of memory, 60GB HDD, an integrated Wacom Electromagnetic Digitizer, 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, and up to 3.5-hours battery life. Video after the jump.

Over this period the only negative about the device, other than the retro specifications, was that it was never built to run Windows Vista, that is until I received an email from a friend recently

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