Apple isn’t the only company pushing back tablet launch dates. Engadget is reporting that the Viliv S10 Blade won’t ship in the US until late April or early to mid-May. Retailer Dynamism had expected to begin shipping the convertible tablet/netbook on April 22nd, but apparently there’s been a delay at the factory.

The Viliv S10 Blade can be used either in either tablet or netbook mode, thanks to a swivel that lets you rotate the display and fold it down over the keyboard.

The computer has a 1.6GHz Intel Atom Z530 processor, Intel GMA 500 graphics, and runs Windows 7 Home Premium. It’s rather expensive for a 10 inch netbook with an Atom processor, with prices starting at $699. But there aren’t a lot of 10 inch netbooks with touchscreen displays, swivels, and Windows 7 Home Premium on the market right now.

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