It seems that year 2010 , is a year of tablet PC. More and more company had shown their new product and most of them includes Tablet PC. Here are the Tablet PC that was shown in CES 2010 and rumored to be seen with in this year.
- HP Multitouch Tablet – We do know that the HP tablet runs Windows 7, supports multitouch gestures, has an accelerometer to change the display’s orientation automatically, and is due out in mid-2010 for under $500.
- Lenovo Ideapad U1 Hybrid Notebook/Tablet – Lenovo’s Ideapad U1 hybrid PC is due out on June 1 for less than $1000.
- Sony Dash Mobile Internet Device – the Dash is meant only for accessing the Internet. It supports multitasking, however, so you should be able to listen to Pandora while updating Facebook (or reading PCWorld). It will be available for $200 in April
- Notion Ink Adam Smartpad – is the 10.1-inch Pixel Qi display, which could potentially stretch the Adam’s battery life far beyond that of other tablet PCs, especially when combined with the power-efficient nVidia Tegra chip. No news yet on a shipping date, but the price is expected to be less than $400
- Archos 9 PCTablet – Unlike the rest of the tablets at CES, the Archos 9 PCTablet is more like a 9-inch, 1024-by-600-pixel touchscreen UMPC that runs Windows 7 Starter Edition; it’s powered by a 1.1GHz Intel Atom Z510 processor. The PCTablet also packs a 60GB hard drive and 1GB of RAM, offers networking via 802.11b/g Wi-Fi and 100-mbps ethernet, and has USB 2.0, microphone, and 3.5mm audio ports, as well as a 1.3-megapixel Webcam. Pre orders cost US$ 750
- Innovative Converged Devices Vega and Ultra Tablets – give you a full spread of connectivity options, ranging from USB 2.0 and Bluetooth to 2G/3G data networks (optional) and Wi-Fi 802.11b/g, though the demo at Verizon’s booth reportedly had the unit using a Motorola 4G modem on a precommercial network. Other specs include a 1.3-megapixel Webcam, an accelerometer, dual digital microphones, an FM radio, and an ambient-light sensor.
- Pegatron Tablet – the device is significantly larger than the Archos 9 and HP tablets. According to Neowin, the unit has an 11.6-inch touchscreen display, 1GB of RAM, 32GB of on-board storage, a Webcam, and HDMI-out.
- Dell ‘Streak’ Android Tablet Concept – Rumors of Dell’s entry into the tablet market have been floating around for a while, starting with the Android-powered mobile Internet device rumors from mid-2009 and continuing into December, when the unit picked up the Dell “Streak” moniker.
- Apple ‘iSlate’ Tablet – 10.1-inch touchscreen with 3D graphics hardware, 3G Internet support (and a possible price subsidy from wireless carriers), and a price tag under $1000.
With this different shown and rumored tablet this year i can say that from Year of netbook to the year of Tablet.