The Hanvon Touchpad; Sexiest Tablet Of CES 2010?

Posted: Jan 10 2010, 2:45pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:49pm CDT, in News | CES

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Tablets have been huge at CES this year. Even though many of the products shown are as good as vaporware or hideously impractical, this year still represents an important milestone in the development of consumer electronics. Buried amidst all the hype are some seriously cool products that have the potential to revolutionize personal computing. The Hanvon Touchpad is one of them. Alright, so maybe this 10.1" multi-touch slate isn't 'revolutionary', but it's easily the best designed slate-type computer we've seen yet. This Touchpad is even thinner and more sparse than the iSlate concepts we've seen. I love it.What we know; Hanvon's tablet has an Atom Z530 processor, GMA 500 graphics, an HDMI port and 1080p playback support. It also sports 2x USB slots, mic and 3.5 mm headphone jacks, and a WiFi switch. The OS is Windows 7. Sounds like this is going to be a badass media tablet. I could easily see hooking one of these up to my TV and leaving it on my coffee table to act as a media box/browsing tablet.

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