Beyond the possibly dangerous name choice, what does the upcoming iTablet offer? According to Pocket-Lint the new tablet will house a 1.6GHz Intel processor, up to 250GB of hard drive space, and HDMI output, in addition to three USB ports, built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, and 3G capabilities.
X2 will offer the iTablet in a wide range of case colors, and it comes with either a 10.2-inch or 12.1-inch widescreen TFT screen. It can also run either Windows or Linux.
X2 computing has not yet announced pricing, but the company did say that the iTablet will ship this April. Whether the firm can sell the tablet in the US remains to be seen due to the aforementioned trademark issues.
Place your bets in the comments on how long it will take before a lawsuit crops up.