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The Computex show will get underway in Taipei soon and we expect to see a lot of tablets at the show. Taiji is already showing a Windows 7 tablet with a new twist — a detachable Bluetooth keyboard that fits into the back of the slate.

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The big Computex show will get underway in Taipei soon and the techerati are already gathering to see the tablets expected to appear at the show. Taiji is already showing a Windows 7 tablet with a new twist — a detachable Bluetooth keyboard that fits into the back of the slate. The prototype is not going to set any speed records with the Via C7 processor running things, but the video demonstration shows some real promise for this 10-inch slate. The keyboard looks to be quite usable even though it is a small as can be, and the way it pops in and out of the slate is quite clever. Here’s hoping we get some additional information about this slate from Taiji as Computex gets underway.

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  1. GoodThings2Life Sunday, May 30, 2010

    Well the specs are nothing to cheer about, but it does look pretty interesting. Could certainly serve as an iPad competitor if the battery life is decent though, since it can run a wide variety of apps, run ALL web content, and multitask… the form factor is certain pretty decent.

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