MiTAC is known for the manufacture of GPS systems and mobile devices rather than actual tablet pc, but at the CeBIT could also become part of this area. In a press release published on its official website, the company does know that will be exhibited in Germany four new tablet, all with Android, and all with built-in GPS.
The first two will be a 7 and a 10-inch “multimedia” Gingerbread with Android 2.3 support, HD 1080p, HDMI output and built-in GPS. These will be called MiTAC MiTAC Valar Valar 7 and 10 (image at right). The third tablet of the series will still be a 7-inch Gingerbread Android, called MiTAC Ulmo, characterized by a shock-proof frame and a waterproof casing (picture below right).
The fourth and final model will be smaller, MiTAC Zeus, with 6 inch screen and a thickness of 11.6 mm (picture below left). Its uniqueness will be the two that will offer integrated GPS receivers, of course, a kind of enhancement to the standard capacity. It remains to understand the price and availability but we can expect something interesting in view of the company’s experience with GPS systems.