The idea of modular phones is already well known, but modular tablets are scarce these days. Now, Entegra Technologies has unveiled the Crossfire Pro, a tablet with components that can be swapped out in order to add new features to the system.
The device seems inspired by the whole Google Project Ara thing, only it’s… not. It offers I/O modules on the side that can be replaced in order to add new features. The company behind the product will offer a few modules, but they also hope third parties will contribute with more accessories. The Crossfire Pro is meant for military and other similar segments, so it’s not exactly a consumer product.
Aside from the swappable modules, the Crossfire Pro comes with a 9.7 inch 1024 x 768 pixel display. Its specs include an Intel quad core M-Series N2930 COM, Intel Gen 7 graphics and 4 GB of RAM, as well as 64 GB of storage and a 5 megapixel shooter at the back. Upfront there’s a 2 MP camera and connectivity options include Bluetooth 4.0 and LTE. This beast weighs a pretty big 2.5 lbs.