Monday, January 31, 2011

Windows 7 Tablet PC: A gamer's dream?

That’s OCS9 multimedia PC tablet, if you want to sound technical. Powered by Intel's Oak Trail (that’s the codename for the next generation Atom platform), the Gamer’s Dream packs enough power for even the demanding online games - including MMORPG and 3D – and social networking applications. It's thus needless saying the level of productivity it can belt out. The Gamer’s Dream unique key interface (OMOS) stands as a major factor to ease and speed the tasks and games many times more than on a laptop or in desktops.

This new platform benefits both business and recreation by overcoming the limitations multi-touch interfaces posed so far. The Intel Atom also grants heavily a performance that made the OCS9 compatible to all games and applications exerting a high-load on the resources.

Why a Gamers Dream?

Multi-touch interfaces now get replaced with the intuitive control mechanism of the virtual keyboard of OCS9, which allows a superior handling of both hardcore and casual web surfing and games. However, there is also a detachable QWERTY controller; among other features, the OCS9 comes ready with Wi-Fi connectivity, Bluetooth, USB 2.0 HS, GPS, powerful audio and a HUGE battery backup. Other features span over the 9.0 inch, 1024 x 768 pixel display, front (1.3 MP) and rear (3.1 MP) cameras, built-in microphone (for video chat sessions), 64GB internal storage, gaming keys and an Accelerometer. There’s no wonder the manufacturers claim the OCS9 to have removed the bar from hampering a most-usable Tablet PC experience, which is - Revolution in gaming.