Tablet PC

10-inch EROS tablet demoed, navigating through Windows 7 by touch [Video]

10-inch EROS tablet demoed, navigating through Windows 7 by touch [Video]

Mentioned a couple of weeks ago, the EROS tablet created by the Chinese is given a video demo of sorts today, as we see it pulling its little self together in the eleven minute long video.  Performance looks to be on par of an Intel Atom powered netbook.  Well that and the sub 2-hr battery life.

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Multitouch Slate PC demo from Stantum [Video]

Multitouch Slate PC demo from Stantum [Video]

Engadget’s got their hands on a Slate PC prototype from Stantum, which comes from a “hacked-up Dell mini 10”.  The 10-inches of prime real estate features Stantum's multitouch, ultra-sensitive and pressure-simulating resistive touchscreen technology.

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HTC abandons tablet PC plans – focus on smartphones for now

HTC abandons tablet PC plans – focus on smartphones for now

The speculated HTC tablet running Google Chrome OS will have to be put on hold, as HTC’s sales and marketing director claims that the company has halted all work on a planned tablet PC, instead, the corporation will focus on smartphone development, using Google’s Android mobile operating system.

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Lenovo X200 Tablet Review

Lenovo X200 Tablet Review

There's no doubting that multitouch is a key buzzword of today, and with the arrival of Windows 7 PCs gain at least software support for two-fingered control. Lenovo have responded by updating their well-esteemed ThinkPad X200 Tablet with Windows 7 and a new, multitouch-friendly display, the former as standard and the latter a paid option. Has the technology come of age, or is it a case of hype overtaking substance? Check out the SlashGear review after the cut.

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Motion Computing updates C5 and F5 rugged tablet PCs with Gorilla Glass

Motion Computing updates C5 and F5 rugged tablet PCs with Gorilla Glass

Rugged computers are usually boxy devices that have strong cases that surround the sensitive components like the CPU, HDD, and the LCD. Motion computing has announced new tablet computers called the Motion C5 and F5 that are rugged and feature Corning Gorilla Glass.

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