Bloomberg is reporting that Microsoft will debut a version of Windows for ARM-based devices at CES 2011. The Business Insider has already jumped to the conclusion that it’s a port of Windows 7. I suspect it’s nothing that wasn’t reported six months ago.
Viliv will announce several new tablets at the Consumer Electronics Show in early January, The company is ready to announce two Android tablets–the X7 and X10–and a Windows 7 slate–the X70. According to the company, its Viliv X70 Windows 7 tablet will be the lightest Windows slate in the world. “Most slim and light Windows […]
In the category of we’d rather not put all of eggs in one Tablet/Slate basket, comes word that Toshiba is planning to unveil three different Tablet/Slate flavors, one each for Windows, Android, and Chrome. Look for these to hit at CES 2011. According to DigiTimes these aren’t of the small variety, instead two will be […]
The OCOSMOS OCS1 is a UMPC, otherwise known as an ultra-mobile PC, which was a category of mobile computing devices that Microsoft had hoped would gain traction before the iPad consumer tablet craze. The OCS1 has a 5-inch touchscreen and a small form factor that runs the full version of Windows 7, making it a […]
Technically, it’s not an iPad, but it does run the full version of Windows 7, Microsoft’s desktop-centric OS, and the OS runs natively rather than through some remote desktop software, like LogMeIn Ignition. The Chinese iPad clone is the best Apple knock-off that we’ve seen, and it has all the ports, styling, and design inspirations […]
LG’s release of the E-Note H1000B Windows 7 tablet may be a little belated, but the timing of the 10.1-inch slate’s launch comes at a time when there is renewed interest in Windows tablets. While the success of previous generation Windows tablets relied heavily on the convertible form factor–offering an easy way to convert between […]
Remember the Dell Inspiron Duo? You know that hybrid Tablet/Slate that flips around in it its frame to make a keyboard available? Well, word is we might be seeing it available for sale next week on November 23. According to CNET we’ll be seeing pre-sale info later this week with the device ready to ship […]
If you were concerned about Warner’s split personality with his ‘Should I get a tablet or not‘ post this morning, Dell really feels your pain. The device, which was shown off earlier at IDF this year, has now gotten its own teaser video courtesy of Dell, which shows the duo-personality netbook/tablet hybrid. With ChangeWave’s recently […]
Our good friend James Kendrick has a run down of two touch interface overlays for Windows 7 tablets, Thinix Touch and Mirabyte FrontFace, both shown off on his TEGA v2. Slick looking interface environments. Very informative video from James. But ultimately, overlays like these only cover up the problems beneath.
Lenovo may still be releasing the LePad in China, but US Lenovo enthusiasts will have to wait a bit longer to see an Android Tablet/Slate from Lenovo. According to a report from Engadget, Lenovo’s COO Rory Read has been quoted as saying that Lenovo will follow Google’s advice (Android 2.x isn’t made for Tablets) and […]
This is a tough review to write. First, Hugo Ortega, the man behind TegaTech and the Tega v2 is a friend and a Tablet/UMPC/Mobile promoter without equal, and I’d love for him to succeed with this new dual booting slate. Second, although I have always had my doubts, I’d actually like to see Microsoft have […]
Hugo Ortega, the man behind TegaTech has sent several gadget bloggers, including me, long term review units of his new TEGA v2 Tablet/Slate. Some got their units yesterday, some, like me, today. I’ve posted up some comparison shots with the iPad and will be posting more about the TEGA v2 over the weekend and into […]