Microsoft Courier To Be Unveiled, CES 2010?

Posted: Jan 6 2010, 5:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:39pm CDT, in News | CES

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Hold on, boys and girls. This one is big. According to The New York Times, Steve Ballmer is preparing to unveil a new HP-built tablet PC at CES 2010. The product will be announced during Ballmer's keynote address tomorrow. This "slate" might be available by mid-year. Unless we all miss our guesses, this mystery tablet is, in fact, the Microsoft Courier. In case you've forgotten, the Courier is just about the best tablet idea ever conceived. Unlike every other tablet on the market (with the possible exception of the possibly fake iSlate) the Courier actually brings something new to the table. With its dual multi-touch screens, rear camera, and journal-like UI, the Courier is like no product on the market today. That alone is reason to be giddy with anticipation right now. The Microsoft CES 2010 keynote will be webcasted live.

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