Viliv is working on two versions of the X10 tablet with a 10 inch capacitive multitouch display. A few days ago we got a good look at the Viliv X10 running Google Android with an ARM-based processor. But the company also has a prototype with an Intel Atom Z520 CPU that runs Windows 7.

Jkkmobile got a chance to check out the prototype, and while there are no plans to bring the device to market right now, he was very impressed with the overall design and build quality. The tablet is remarkably thin for a Windows 7 tablet. But the 1.33GHz Atom Z520 processor definitely makes the machine look a little sluggish when loading apps or performing demanding tasks such as manipulating photos using multitouch gestures.

You can check out jkkmobile’s hands-on video after the break.

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