Windows 7 Tablets, Windows Phone 7 Devices Spied at CES 2011

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Windows 7 Tablets, Windows Phone 7 Devices Spied at CES 2011

by Nicholas Kolakowski

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Motion CL900

A 10.1-inch tablet running Windows 7 Professional on an Intel Atom Z670 (1.5 GHz) processor, with 30GB of storage and a Webcam.

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Lenovo SlateThis Chinese tablet features a 10.1-inch screen and runs Windows 7 Professional. It weighs 1.7 pounds.

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Toshiba Windows Tablet

This Japanese tablet with an 11.6-inch screen runs Windows 7 Home Premium on Intels Oak Trail Atom processor. It features 64GB storage and weighs 1.9 pounds.

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Asus Eee Slate EP121

This 12.1-inch tablet from Taiwan runs Windows 7 Home Premium, powered by Intel Dual Core i5. It includes 4GB RAM, 64GB storage and weighs 2.5 pounds.

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LG Quantum

This Windows Phone 7 device meets Microsofts minimum hardware requirements for its manufacturing partners, including a 1GHz processor. LG claims up to seven hours of talk time on a single battery charge.

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HTC Surround

The HTC Surround features a 3.8-inch screen and pop-out speakers with SRS Dolby Mobile surround sound.

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Samsung Focus

The Samsung Focus, with a 4-inch multitouch screen, is (Microsoft claims) the lightest and thinnest Windows phone currently on the market.

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The HTC HD7 is a big-screen (4.3 inches) Windows Phone 7 device. It includes a kickstand on the back, presumably so people can watch multimedia without needing to actually hold the device.

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HTC Mozart

The HTC Mozart features a 3.7-inch screen, 1GHz processor and 8-megapixel camera.

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Samsung Omnia 7

Samsung touts the 4-inch Omnia 7 as a sleek multimedia device with a bright Super AMOLED screen.

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Dell Venue Pro

The Dell Venue Pro includes a slide-out physical QWERTY keyboard, essentially making it the Windows Phone 7 competitor to RIMs BlackBerry Torch. It also includes a 4.1-inch display.

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