Two new tablets! Engadget reports that Hanvon has brought two new tablet PCs to CeBIT 2010. The TouchPad BC10C and BA10E both pack 10.1” capacitive multitouch screens and run Windows 7 Home Premium. Attendees rated them both as extremely responsive.
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The BA10E is the lightest, prettiest of the two-but it also sports a rather anemic 1.6 GHz Atom Z530 processor. The BC10C carries a beefier Intel Celeron chip. No other details are out yet, but Hanvon did say that these tablets should cost around 500 euros. We'll have to wait for detailed hardware specs and info on a US launch.