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DTK announces Swift i-Touch Netbook

The Swift i-Touch has a 10-inch wide WVSGA LCD screen and a capacitive multi-touch display. It can also swivel 180-degrees and fold over to work as a tablet

DTK announces Swift i-Touch Netbook
The i-Touch features an Atom processor and 1GB of memory as standard. It also sports a multitouch swivel LCD screen

DTK Computer has announced its latest netbook, the Swift i-Touch. DTK says it combines the power of a tablet and a netbook.

Nimer Al Attal, Managing Director, DTK Computer Middle East said, "DTK has been at the forefront of introducing innovative, high-performing technologies that address consumer customer needs for increased computing capacity, greater performance, scalability and reliability. The Swift i-Touch has an easy-to-use interface built as a small form-factor at a low-cost".

The Swift i-Touch has a 10-inch wide WVSGA capacitive multitouch display. It can also swivel 180-degrees and folds over to function as a tablet. Powering this machine is an Intel Atom N550 processor which DTK claims allows ‘for increased power and excellent performance.'

The device ships with 1GB of memory (upgradeable to 2GB) and a 500GB hard drive. It weighs in at 1kg and is less than 1-inch thick. The i-Touch also has a 1.3MP web cam for video conferencing.

Connectivity comes in the form of Bluetooth 2.0 and 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, giving the user access to the Internet, e-mail, video streaming etc. The Swift i-Touch can also be had with 3G capabilities.

Pricing for the device has yet to be announced.

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