The Viliv S10 may be a size increase for the Korean company, but at 10-inches the convertible touchscreen netbook is still very much an ultraportable. Steve from MID Moves had a chance to grab some hands-on time with the S10, suggesting that the netbook is better put together than Gigabyte's TouchNote; you can see his video after the cut.
Video demo after the cut
Hardware specs for the S10 are a choice of 32GB or 64GB SSDs, 1GB of RAM and optional 3G. There's also a choice of 1.33GHz Atom processor or a faster 2.0GHz chip which we're assuming is the Atom Z550. Viliv are claiming up to 10hrs runtime from the standard battery.
One thing to note; unlike what Steve says in the video, the S10 is on course to launch in Q4 2009, not 2010. Pricing is expected to begin at just over $500 and rise according to options.