The Kupa X11 tablet certainly doesn’t ring any bells in my mind, but you may know it. I might remember this unit through the fact that it’s one of the slates out there more than capable of running Windows 8. Its main unique factor is the high capacity battery, something unusual for a X86 device that weighs less than 1 kg.
There’s also one more thing you need to find out: Windows 8 will require 1366 x 768 displays to run the entire range of Metro apps and all the features of the UI. This means that only Kupa and a bunch of tablets can be considered Windows 8 ready, so all of a sudden this slate is interesting. Another option is the Samsung XE700, based on Core i5 technology, but that’s a much higher end model than the Kupa X11. Know that this device is based on the Oaktrail platform and also gets a fast SSD, 2 GB of RAM and 3G.
The main specs of the Kupa X11 include a 10.1 inch 1366 x 768 pixel display, 2GB of RAM, a dual layer touch (finger/digitizer pen), 64GB SSD, 52 Wh battery and fingerprint reader. There’s also dual cameras (2MP and 3MP), mini HDMI and Windows 7 Pro for now, if you want to purchase the product early.