Remember the Teso tablet? You know the one that looks more like an oversized iPod touch than the iPad thanks to its 16:9 display and overall case design? Well, a video of the tablet in action has popped up, and as expected once you boot Windows 7 it really doesn’t look anything like an iPad or an iPod touch.

The TESO tablet appears to have all of the Windows 7 touch-friendly features including multitouch support for gestures such as pinch to zoom. But the on-screen keyboard is just barely adequate for entering URLs and I wouldn’t want to use it for any extensive typing.

On the bright side, you can actually open multiple apps simultaneously, and apps don’t have to take up the whole screen, which means you can run several programs side by side.

You can check out the video after the break.

via Cloned in China

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