I don’t know if you can use the new EviGroup Paddle to play tablet tennis. But the company’s tablet features a 10.1 inch, multitouch display, a 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 CPU, and a choice of solid state disk or hard drive.

While the Paddle runs Windows 7 or Windows XP, the company has developed a rather intriguing — if somewhat dizzying — touchscreen user interface. You can check out a video of the tablet UI in action after the break.

The tablet packs WiFi and 3G connectivity, and the company has plans to add a digital TV tuner.

The down side? This tablet ain’t going to come cheap. The base model will sell for 699 Euros, or over $950 when it’s launched in the second quarter.

via UMPC Portal and SlashGear

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