There are some folks that won't consider a tablet or notebook if the thing isn't running Windows 7. That is understandable on some levels since you need Windows if you use certain software a lot at home or in the office. A new Windows 7 tablet has crossed the FCC called the Cregle Penbook. The tablet has a 10-inch screen made by Wacom.
It has a bunch of other features that the FCC outted as well like WiFi, Bluetooth, a SD card slot, 16GB SSD for storage, a USB port, and a speaker and mic built-in. Like most Windows 7 tablets, the machine is hardly a lightweight tipping the scales at 2.3 pounds. It uses an Intel Atom processor at 1.6GHz according to the manual.
The tablet is complete to the point that samples are floating around according to reports. At this point, the exact launch date and the price for the tablet are unknown. If samples are already out the tablet would be close to launching I imagine. A demo video has also surfaced that you can check out below.