What with all this controversy lately over Window’s viability as a tablet OS, thanks to the HP Slate, it’s interesting to see LG’s UX10, the company’s upcoming Windows-based tablet. Engadget luckily got some hands-on time with the device at Computex, and got some specs to boot. The UX10 features a 10.1-inch LED touchscreen, an Intel Atom Z530 processor, 1GB of DDR2 RAM, 1.3MP webcam, a micro-HDMI output, SD card slot, and 802.11b/g/n WiFi, all running on Windows 7 Home Premium. It’s got a sleek design with a black bezel sporting the LG logo. There’s just one thing I’m concerned about — the thing wasn’t exactly working well when it was demoed. I’ve yet to see a smooth, intuitive Windows 7 demo on a tablet. I hope it’s coming soon.
Pricing and availability for the UX10 are currenty unknown, but it should arrive by the end of the year.