The ExoPC is a Windows tablet with a unique touch-friendly user interface laid on top of Windows 7 to make the computer easier to use without a keyboard and mouse. The tablet’s gotten a lot of buzz over the past few months, but it hasn’t done the one thing that actually matters to most consumers: gone on sale. It looks like that will soon change.

ExoPC has announced plans to start taking pre-orders for the tablet on September 3rd, with plans to start shipping pre-orders on September 30th. Only a limited quantity will be available at first, so if you want to get in on the action early, it looks like you’re going to want to sign up for an ExoPC forum account, since forum members will get first crack at those pre-orders. ExoPC will only be taking 1200 pre-orders.

In October, the tablet should also be available in Canada, where it will be rebranded and sold as the Ciara Vibe.

via Engadget

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One reply on “ExoPC Windows tablet to start shipping in late September”

  1. I’m definately in for one!

    I am still very much tempted to pick up a Hanvon B10 in Germany, but I am really fond of the GPS inside of the EXOPC. Next to that I want to replace the GPS card with a GPS/3G card.
    And of course it would be really nice to replace the 64 GB SSD with one that can at least hold 128 GB.

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