Kno company just announced two Kno 14.1 inch tablet in US market for education market and teachers that wishing to make the minutes count on the move and not lug around a sackful of textbooks. Kno offers one with single screen and the second with dual screen display and based on Nvidia Tegra T200 CPU. Both of the device is the first American tablets to ship with NVIDIA’s dual-core Tegra 2.
Both of the Kno 14 inch tablet is powered by 1.0 GHz Nvidia Tegra T200 series CPU, Dual-core ARM Cortex -A9 MPCore, 512 MB on-board memory, up to 32GB of internal memory, and 14.1-inch (diagonal) color LCD-backlight glossy widescreen multi-touch displays support Full color spectrum up to 262,144 colors and Anti-glare film screen with hard coat surface. Kno 14 inch single screen tablet and Kno 14 inch dual screen also support AAC-LC, ACC, MP3, WMA 10, PCM/WAV Audio formats, MPEG-4, JPEG up to 80 Mpixel per second and full HTML5-capable browser with Adobe Flash and supports extras like audio recording and playback.
Kno tablet is runs on a Linux OS and also offers WiFi 802.11 b/g, Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR, Accelerometer, Ambient light sensor, Micro USB port, 3.5-mm stereo headphone jack, Microphone with active noise cancellation 4, and lithium-polymer battery that is expected to last for up to 6 hours of “normal campus” use. Both of the Kno 14 inch tablet will have an eBook reader that will allow students to read downloaded textbooks, as well as a stylus for taking notes.
Dimensions of Kno single screen tablet are 9.1 inches (231 mm) width, 13.8 inches (350 mm) height, 0.55 inches (13.8 mm) depth with weight 2.6 lbs (1.2 kg) which Kno dual screen tablet are 18.3 inches (465 mm) width, 1.14 inches (29 mm) depth, 13.8 inches (350 mm) height with weight 5.6 lbs (2.5 kg).
Kno 14 inch single screen 16 GB version is available now with price at $599 and for the version with 32 GB internal storage $699. The 16GB version of the Kno 14 inch dual screen tablet will cost $899, while the 32GB Kno will cost $999.