Skytex brought a brand new Tablet to CES this year with the new X-Series Windows Tablet PC. This tablet is really the highest powered device has ever brought to the table and should be a viable buy when it is officially released in the next few months.
The Skytex X-Series measures 10.1 inches and has a capacitive touchscreen with a 5-point multi-touch recognition system and a resolution of 1280×800 pixels. This tablet PC runs Windows 7 as its OS. It has a dual-core Intel Atom N2600 with 1.6GHz and a 2GB of DDR3 RAM. This is further boosted by a 60GB Solid State Drive which greatly improves loading speed.
This tablet sports varied internet connectivity via the built in WIFI with support for B/G/N and optional 3G dongle adapter. You can pair it with a Bluetooth keyboard or mouse with 2.0 support or connect up peripherals via the two USB 3.0 ports. Finally you can video chat with the front facing 1.3 MP camera or take pictures with the rear facing 5 MP one.
Finally, Windows 7 is loaded onto the device but, alas, no price has been given (sales will only start in a few months).