Linked by David Adams on Mon 19th Oct 2009 18:39 UTC
Graphics, User Interfaces OSNews takes a look at the technology powering the latest generation of touchscreen personal computers. Have the stars finally aligned to give the touch interface the combination of price, precision, sensitivity, and software support to make it attractive to the mainstream PC buyer? And if so, what does that mean for the elusive Tablet PC? We take a look at a Dell Studio One, which is powered by NextWindow's optical touch screen technology. (With video)
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Archos 9 Tablet
by Bryan on Mon 19th Oct 2009 19:32 UTC
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FYI, there was an article last week in ComputerWorld about a touchscreen tablet running Windows 7, the Archos 9. I don't know if the screen is 10", but it's 0.68" thick, Bluetooth-capable, priced around $500, and positioned as a netbook-class machine. No word of a docking station, unfortunately, but otherwise it's pretty close to what you're asking for. Something to keep an eye on. :-)

Here it is in the article:

And here's the company page:

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