We've not heard from AMtek's Tablet PC or UMPC departments in a while, but it looks like they've been busy in the meantime. Details of the T10L Touch have appeared on the company's website, and as with the T221 it's a mixture of UMPC and full-sized Tablet PC. On the outside there's a 10.2-inch XGA 1,024 x 600 touchscreen, which is larger than your standard UMPC, but inside there's a 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 processor. Could this be the first real example of a netslate?
While we've had netbooks with touchscreens, this Atom-based T10L has no keyboard and is a slate-style device, something ASUS have hinted at developing in the past. Inside there's up to 2GB of DDR2-667 RAM (512MB as standard), an 80GB 2.5-inch HDD, WiFi b/g and Intel's 945GSE chipset with onboard sound and video.
Ports include three USB 2.0, one PC card, one D-Sub VGA out, one 10/100 ethernet and audio in/out; there's also an integrated dual-mic array, a 1.3-megapixel webcam and stereo speakers. The whole thing measures 252 x 192 x 35mm and weighs 1.18kg. The battery is good for "at least" three hours, according to AMtek.
No word on pricing or availability.