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ExoPC Slate 64GB up for pre-order

ExoPC Slate 64GB up for pre-order

If you have been following the cool ExoPC Slate tablet computer that we have been, covering for a while now it is getting closer to reality. As of the September 4, the ExoPC Slate is up for pre-order in 64GB flavor. The pre-order process is a bit different from most we have seen; you have to sign up on the ExoPC forums to be able to access the pre-order link.

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Hanvon B10 Win7 tablet goes on sale, gets video unboxing

Hanvon B10 Win7 tablet goes on sale, gets video unboxing

Having attempted to show up Apple's iPad - hand in hand with Windows 7 - a few weeks back, the Hanvon Touchpad B10 tablet PC is now up for sale in Europe.  German retailer Papyrus are listing the 10.1-inch Celeron ULV slate at €771.24 ($974) including tax, with shipments expected to kick off in six days time; however, NewGadgets have scored one early, and are treating us to the traditional hands-on unboxing and first impressions.

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HP eStation Zeen hits FCC, spurs webOS/Win7 tablet speculation [Updated]

HP eStation Zeen hits FCC, spurs webOS/Win7 tablet speculation [Updated]

HP looks to be flexing their Zeen trademark, with a new FCC filing being spotted for what looks to be a tablet-style device listed as the HP eStation Zeen.  Thanks to a confidentiality clause that doesn't lift until the end of 2010 we don't know any more details beyond the WiFi b/g/n connectivity, but it's not entirely outlandish to presume that this is either HP's webOS tablet or their Windows 7 slate.

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HP focus on webOS, eschew Windows Phone 7

HP focus on webOS, eschew Windows Phone 7

Microsoft's list of confirmed Windows Phone 7 partners saw HP conspicuously absent, and now we know the reason why.  In an interview with CNBC, HP Personal Systems Group VP Todd Bradley confirmed that the company intends to push ahead solely with webOS rather than develop handsets using Microsoft's latest mobile platform.  "Our intent" Bradley explained, "is to focus those resources and really make webOS the best OS it can be."

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HP Slate Headed for Enterprise Customers, Not Mass Market

HP Slate Headed for Enterprise Customers, Not Mass Market

Well, there you have it. We've been riding the HP Slate roller-coaster for quite some time now, with our fingernails firmly clamped in our teeth. Waiting on the edge our seat since the acquisition of Palm to see if the Slate, running its infamous Windows 7, would ever see the light of day. And sure enough, today we finally have an answer. It's definitely coming, but there's one big change: enterprise.

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Ballmer: ASUS, Dell, Samsung, Toshiba and Sony Windows 7 tablets are coming

Ballmer: ASUS, Dell, Samsung, Toshiba and Sony Windows 7 tablets are coming

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has confirmed that ASUS, Dell, Samsung, Toshiba and Sony will all be launching Windows 7 based slate form-factor tablets this year.  Speaking at the Worldwide Partner Conference today, Ballmer declined to mention specific models or specifications, but did say that various form-factors and functionality would be on offer, including slates with keyboards, touchscreen-only models, some dockable and others able to handle digital ink.

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The Daily Slash: June 17th 2010

The Daily Slash: June 17th 2010

We're at the tail-end of the week, but that's not slowing us down. Welcome to tonight's edition of The Daily Slash. We're glad you could make it, as usual. Tonight, in the Best of R3 Media, we've got the Nexus One launching with Froyo, the Nintendo 3DS won't make it across the pond for awhile, and the iPhone 4's got some RAM under that hood. And then in the Dredge 'Net, Microsoft is promising a new mobile OS -- kind of, there's already someone waiting for the iPhone 4, and there's even more doubt about the HP Slate.

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HP: no webOS netbooks, HP Slate due October 2010

HP: no webOS netbooks, HP Slate due October 2010

HP's confirmation that it would be putting webOS into tablets and even printers was happily received, but anyone looking forward to a webOS-based netbook should think again.  According to Monty Wong, vice president of the personal computing systems group at HP Taiwan, netbooks are too like mainstream computers to make them appropriate for webOS, and as such the company has no plans to develop them.  Meanwhile he also had some news on the HP Slate.

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HP Hurricane webOS tablet leaks continue

HP Hurricane webOS tablet leaks continue

With HP still refusing to comment on the record about the fate of their Windows 7 slate, we're having to piece together their tablet plans from rumor, leaks and a little tantric chanting.  Latest to the speculation buffet is GottaBeMobile, who have heard from "two separate and reliable sources" that the Windows 7 tablet won't be released this coming summer, as HP instead focus their efforts on rushing out a webOS based slate codenamed the HP Hurricane.

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