CUPP Computing’s PunkThis module is basically a tiny ARM-based computer, complete with a processor, memory, storage, and audio and video inputs and outputs. But what sets the PunkThis apart from most mini-computers is that it’s meant to fit inside another computer.
This summer CUPP started showing off a version designed to fit inside a netbook, allowing you to switch between Windows and Android environments just by tapping a button. Both operating systems are running at the same time, and you’re just switching from one to the other by pressing that button.
Now CUPP is demonstrating a new version designed to work with tablets. Engadget got a chance to check it out, and the video below shows an Asus Eee Slate EP121 tablet running Windows 7 and Google Android 2.3.4 simultaneously.
This is just a technical demo at the moment. No products with the CUPP Computing PunkThis module are currently available, but the technology is pretty cool.