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Foxconn shopping slate design

Ryan Shrout showed off a Foxconn slate prototype on the Leo Laporte CES broadcast yesterday.

He didn’t have many details, except that it contains the latest generation of Tegra technology–presumably in order to enable full-speed video playback.

There appears to be touch as well as a bezel that’s thick enough to comfortably hold the typical USB connectors.

In terms of an OS, the prototype device is running Windows CE (or is that Windows Embedded?) and has a custom intro screen with hopping icons and plenty of pizazz.

There’s no ship date or price since Foxconn is still looking for a buyer.

[via http://live.twit.tv]
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Loren Heiny (1961 - 2010) was a software developer and author of several computer language textbooks. He graduated from Arizona State University in computer science. His first love was robotics.

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14 years ago

Foxconn shopping slate design. http://bit.ly/7gVnGw. Leo Laporte teases CES crowd saying proto design is an Apple slate.

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14 years ago

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