Tablets running Windows 7 (s msft) are expected to start appearing in numbers as the year closes, and the first such slate is now available for purchase. The TEGA v2 tablet is only slightly bigger than the iPad (s aapl), yet sports a full hardware configuration capable of running Windows 7 Pro quite nicely. The v2 also has the unusual distinction of booting into the Android (s goog) OS in addition to Windows. This video is a tour around the thin tablet, demonstrating how much hardware can be crammed into such a small package.
The TEGA v2 is produced by Australian company Tegatech, and will be sold globally through partners. The tablet is available for order through the company’s online store. Pricing starts at $799.
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