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Windows 8 Tablets: Computex Sneak Peek

From Acer to Lenovo, hardware makers showed off early versions of Windows 8 tablets at the Computex tradeshow. Take a look.
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Though it did not technically launch a product at Computex, HP confirmed that it plans to produce a Windows 8 tablet. Reportedly called the Windows 8 Pro, the system is said to run on an Intel x86 processor, feature a 10.1-inch display, and offers support for touch input or use of a digital stylus. It checks in at just 9.2 millimeters and weighs 1.5 pounds. The company has also talked about plans for a product called Windows Slate 8 (pictured).

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