Using PaceBlade PM240 Windows 8 tablet with fingers or stylus

There was apparently a rather unconventional tablet at CeBIT called the PaceBlade PM240, which is a Windows 8 tablet with an Intel core i7 and rather than focusing on mobility the PaceBlade PM240 focuses on device connectivity and processing power, and we have a little video look at the PaceBlade PM240 Windows 8 tablet for your viewing consideration below.

The PaceBlade PM240 Windows 8 tablet with Intel core i7 comes our way courtesy of the guys over at Ubergizmo and delivers an almost two minute close up look at the Windows 8 slate.

According to the guys, a user can choose between using their fingers with the Windows 8 user interface or opt for using a Wacom stylus, and the slate comes with a full range of ports including HDMI, a docking port, audio in/out, 2 x USB ports and Ethernet.

Furthermore the PaceBlade PM240 Windows 8 tablet sports a dual battery setup that enables seamless battery swapping so there isn’t any downtime, and of course all these things makes the slate look more like a laptop with an embedded display, which the guys say is exactly what the device is.

The PaceBlade PM240 Windows 8 tablet is made by the Dutch company and offered in Europe but will deliver globally although there is no word on what the PaceBlade PM240 Windows 8 tablet actually costs.

Anyway, that’s your lot, so all you need do now is head on down and mash that play button to check out the PaceBlade PM240 Windows 8 tablet…enjoy.

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