Slate last year (or met its own promise of some all-in-one PCs this summer), but the company did produce an unquestionably unique UI, which it's since been trying to license to others. Now it's found what appears to be its first taker in Skytex, which has adopted the custom touch layer for its new Skytab S Series Windows 7 tablet. This one packs a 9.7-inch capacitive display (as opposed to the 11.6-inch on the ExoPC itself), and the internals expectedly get a bit of an upgrade to a dual-core Atom N550 processor, which is paired with 2GB of DDR3 RAM and an as-yet-unspecified amount of storage. ExoPC also describes this particular version of the UI as a "special edition," although it's not showing off too many of the changes just yet. There's no word on a price yet either, but the tablet's expected to ship in early October.
Update: We've just heard from ExoPC, which has clarified that the company has also licensed its UI for use on the Motion Computing CL900 tablet, and confirmed that it is indeed "focusing on software only now."