Yashi TabletBook Notes X2 YP112 is the successor to Yashi X1 packing 10.1 inch display, 64GB of flash storage and built in 3G radio. It is already up for sale with a price tag of 349 euro excluding keyboard dock.
After six moths after the launch of Yashi TabletBook Notes X1, Yashi has renewed its tablet offering by launching Yashi TabletBook Notes X2. With their new offering the company is hoping that this too will enjoy the same success like the first one. It inherits the same 10 inch multi touch IPS display, Intel Atom family processor and windows 8 operating system but offers higher storage capacity, connectivity and ergonomics.
Yashi TabletBook Notes X2 specifications
The Yashi TabletBook Notes X2 YP112 specs include Intel Atom Z3735F 1.33 GHz (up to 1.8GHz), 2GB of RAM, 64GB of internal memory with Micro SD card slot. As mentioned earlier, it comes with 10 inch IPS display has a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels, two cameras (front and rear) packing 2 megapixel sensors, 3G modem, WiFi 802.11n, WiDi, Bluetooth 4.0 , USB 2.0, HDMI, GPS, stereo speakers and audio jack.
Yashi TabletBook Notes X2 price
The operating system is Windows 8.1 with Bing (Office 365 free for one year) which has allowed the company to sell Yashi TabletBook Notes X2 for just 349 € (VAT included). It measures 8.9 mm and weighs 580 grams which makes it thinner and lighter than 2014 model. On board you will find a massive 7900 mAh battery. However Yashi has not mentioned about its battery runtimes anywhere.