Viliv Blade S10 Coming To CES 2010?

Posted: Jan 4 2010, 10:08am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:33pm CDT , in CES


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The Viliv Blade S10 was originally expected to launch back in November of last year. Obviously, that didn't happen. Now Viliv is sending out a new wave of press info and appears to be gearing up to show their netbook at CES 2010. Netbooked reports that some new promo pics with an updated spec list have surfaced just ahead of the show. The S10 packs an Intel Z530 processor and a 10.1" swiveling multi-touch screen. It sports 1 GB of RAM, and can have either a 32GB, 64GB, or 128GB SSD card. The Blade has b/g WiFi, Bluetooth 2.0, 3G options, and a webcam. It has 1 mini USB slot, 2 USB slots, VGA out, and RGB out. Battery life is listed as 10 hours and the OS is Windows 7 Home Premium. Pretty solid specs. Like the S7 before it, the S10 has an excellent form factor. Viliv is extremely good at designing attractive tabletbooks. Unfortunately, they can be godawful at actually building them. The S7 was an overpriced hunk of junk with a terrible screen. My fingers are crossed that Viliv has fixed their issues with this one. They've got the length of CES 2010 to prove they've learned from their mistakes.

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