As we may know, in France there’s a smartphone producer that’s it’s doing a really great job, a producer named Wiko, but from the same France comes Thomson too, a company that recently announced a new tablet that runs both Windows 8.1 and Android and that packs an Intel Atom processor.


The tablet it’s knowed as Thomson THBK1 and it comes with a 10.1-inch display(1280 x 800 pixel resolution), a quad-core Intel Atom Z3740D processor clocked at 1.33 GHz, 2 GB of RAM, a 2 megapixel camera and a 7.900 mAh battery. On the connectivity side we can notice WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, a microHDMI port and a microUSB port.

This hybrid device will run Android OS when it’s being used like a tablet and Windows 8.1 when you use it with the keyboard dock found inside the package. Thomson THBK1 will arrive on the market at at price tag of 300 euro. It remains to see how good this tablet will do it’s job.

  • Hunffi

    Who will buld the device for them? A Z3740D is the very cheap Bay Trail-T version, because it has a limitied memory bandwidth.

    A Z3795 would be much better. I except a retail price of <250EUR for that device. mini-HDMI doesn't makes much sense for me, because the D-version of the Z3740 is also limited by display buffer & resolution.

  • torichance10k

    A better option is the Ramos i10 Pro Window 8.1 – Android Hybrid – that launches this week – with Intel Bay Trail, a Full HD 1920×1200 display; plus GPS and a Huewei 3G Ultrastick Port for $399 USD (€287) – more details at the site – iProTablet