Kohjinsha offers new tablet PCs in Japan

The brand has made a name for itself with affordable lines.

Crave Asia

Kohjinsha made a name for itself by offering one of the most affordable convertible tablet PCs in the market. Its most recent lines, the SC and SX series, now come equipped with the latest Atom processors.

The SC range is an upgrade from the older SH series, choosing portability over an integrated optical drive. The 7-inch screen has a 1,024 x 600 resolution, with the main changes being its 1.33GHz Atom chip and the addition of an ExpressCard/34 slot. The Japanese model comes with an integrated 1Seg TV tuner, which will likely be removed when it hits other Asia markets (since the 1Seg service is not available outside Japan).

The SX series is the largest Kohjinsha yet, sporting an 8.9-inch 1,280 x 768 display with an integrated DVD writer and GPS. There is no indication when these units will start appearing outside of Japan for now.

(Source: Crave Asia)

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