The CTL 2goPad SL10 is a 10 inch Windows slate with an Intel Atom N450 PCU, a capacitive touchscreen display, and decent build quality. Overall, it’s one of the better Atom-powered Windows tablets I’ve used, although it still feels a bit rough around the edges and some software seems kind of sluggish on the system.
CTL has apparently been selling a decent number of SL10 models though, because the company has been having a hard time keeping it in stock. Now CTL is adding another model to the 2goPad lineup.
The CTL 2goPad SL10 Pro has the same basic hardware, but the new model comes standard with 2G of RAM, and a 64GB SSD, as well as Windows 7 Professional (all of which are also available as options on the base model). You also get a capacitive touchscreen stylus, and a portable Bluetooth keyboard as well as a 3G modem.
While the 2goPad has a starting price of $549, the 2goPad Pro starts at $799. That might seem like quite a markup, but it’s actually not bad for all the extras you get. The slate is available for pre-order but isn’t expect to ship until late December.