Korean electronics firm OCOSMOS has unveiled its OCS1 and OCS9
, two new tablets with Intel's Oak Trail Atom platform. The former measures 5 inches with a 1024x600 display while the latter has a larger 9-inch 1024x768 screen, and despite those different form factors, both have similar features.
Each runs Windows 7 and has up to 64GB of built-in flash storage as well as support for up to 64GB SD Cards. They're also outfitted with a 1.3-megapixel camera in the front and a 3.1-megapixel camera in the back, a mic for video calls, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, as well as gaming buttons.
OCOSMOS is really stressing the gaming focus of both devices, as the 5-inch OCS1 appears to have two D-pad-like controls on either side of the display as well as two shoulder buttons on the top. Likewise, 9-inch OCS9 has a detachable controller with a virtual keyboard and similar gaming controls.
It's interesting that OCOSMOS is at least the second company at CES to unveil a mobile gaming device utilizing Intel's Oak Trail Atoms (see Razer's Switchblade
). The company's press release quotes an Engadget editor saying the OCS1 can run StarCraft II
, and that's impressive (albeit impractical) if true.