In case you hadn’t noticed yet, tablets were one of the big three trends at CES this year (the other two being 3D TV and eBook readers). While I got a chance to check out a few interesting tablets, I barely scratched the surface. But fortunately jkkmobile got to spend some time with a few models that I missed.
One of the more interesting prototypes was a 10 inch tablet from Hanvon, with a slim design, a camera on the back, and Windows 7 Starter Edition. I have no idea why anyone would put out a tablet with the version of Windows 7 that doesn’t include touchscreen features. I suppose it would help keep the price down, but if you’re going to show a prototype at a huge consumer electronics show, wouldn’t you at least want to show that it can run Windows 7 Home Premium?
Jkk also got some hands-on time with a few tablets from LonMID, as well as a handheld device with a keyboard and touchscreen (and a secondary screen on the back of the display, which you can use to make phone calls.
Finally, he checked out a few Tegra 2-powered tablets from Compal.
You can check out his videos after the break.