CTL In The News: CRN Names 2goPad One Of “Eight Buzzworthy Products For White Box Builders”

Excerpt: CTL On The Go With New 10-Inch Tablet   Dec. 6, 2010 3:46 PM EST The new 2goPad from Portland, Ore.-based system builder and manufacturer CTL is a 10-inch tablet with capacitive screen and 1,024-x-600 pixel resolution on a backlit LED display. It runs on the Atom N450 processor at a speed of 1.66GHz and includes 2 GB of DDR2 memory on a 250-GB hard drive. The device features an Adobe Flash video player, HTML5 compatibility, a built-in eReader and a 1.3-megapixel camera. The 2goPad SL10 includes Microsoft Windows 7, 2 GB of memory and access to applications. It is designed for education, enterprise use and mobile computing, with connectivity options including 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Ethernet LAN port, a mini VGA port and two USB connectors. It comes with a microphone, stereo speakers and a Micro SD Card reader. The tablet weighs 2.6 pounds with its four-cell battery, which provides up to 5 hours of run time Read the full article and see the rest of the list...

CTL Announces Thinix Touch On Their 2goPad SL10

Portland, OR (PRWEB) October 24 2011 – Portland, Oregon’s CTL™ announced that they will begin selling their 2goPad SL10 with Thinix Touch™. Thinix Touch™ is a user interface designed specifically for tablets. Thinix Touch™ allows for the creation of a customized collection of favorite applications and websites and has the ability to open them with […] [[This is a summary of CTL’s latest blog post. To view this post in full, please visit Blogging CTL at...

2go PAD SL10 Reviewed In March 2011 Beckett Guide To Phone Apps

Check out the latest reivew of CTL’s 2goPAD SL10 in the March 2011 ‘Beckett Guide To Phone Apps‘ magazine. On shelves now, this issue has a feature section on ‘New Tablets Landing in 2011′. The review on the 2go PAD starts off… “2go PAD – What better name could you choose for a portable computing device?” … Well, thanks Beckett, we...

Top 2goPAD SL10 Reviews

Here is a list of the top 2goPAD SL10 reviews from around the web. If you’ve written or seen a review that you think should be on this list, please let us know! More information about the 2go Convertible Classmate PC NL2 can be found here. CRN: 2Go PAD SL10 Named One Of Top 8 Buzzworthy Products of 2011 Summary: “The new 2goPad from Portland, Ore.-based system builder and manufacturer CTL is a 10-inch tablet with capacitive screen and 1,024-x-600 pixel resolution on a backlit LED display.” Thing.co.uk: 2goPad SL10 Pro tablet has iPad beat Summary: “With Adobe Flash video (no Flash on the iPad) and HTML5 compatibility, the ability to run eReader software, such as Amazon’s Kindle application, and access to millions of standard Microsoft Windows programs, the 2goPad SL10 Pro offers a lot of features and functionality that the iPad simply can’t compete with, albeit at a price $100 greater than the 64 GB WiFi Apple machine in a more than one pound heavier package (2.6 lb) and with only a claimed five-hour typical usage battery life. Arguably, the extra value is there if you value connectivity, flexibility and capability more than light weight and longer intervals between charges.” PreOrderIt: CTL 2goPad Pro Summary: “The 2goPad SL10 Pro Tablet by CTL has debuted and immediately generated interest because of its sterling specs. The tablet features a 10.1-inch multi-touch capacitive screen and runs Microsoft Windows 7 Pro (32 bit), that’s a full-fledged OS for the tablet.” Liliputing: CTL introduces 2goPad SL10 Pro Windows slate PC Summary: “The CTL 2goPad SL10 Pro has the same basic hardware, but the new model comes standard with...

Why a 2goPad SL10 is not an iPad (and why that’s a good thing)

I wanted to write a note today to discuss the introduction of our new SL10 professional tablet. CTL first introduced the original tablet only two months ago. To our surprise we sold out in the first few days. The main question we are asked about our tablets is how do they compare to the iPad. Well simple, they don’t. I have an iPad. To be honest I think it’s a great device. However, I use it to screw around. Games, kindle, maybe some web surfing. Oh yeah, angry birds. Really it’s just a bigger version of my smart phone. We designed the SL10 for those that want a tablet experience but need to run real business applications. It exists to get real work done. We expanded on this by launching the sl10 pro with even more features. No doubt tablets are the buzz. I’m personally searching for my perfect device. My daily driver. I can say honestly that the iPad could never be this device. The SL10 pro however is as close as they come. Hats off to our product managers on this expansion of a great...
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