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ExoPC tablet opens up for the world to see

Joanna Stern
02.06.10
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It was just a week ago that the $599 8.9-inch ExoPC tablet came into our lives, but now we've been lucky enough to receive some shots of its internals. If tablet or netbook organs are your thing there's plenty to see in the gallery below, including some photos of the fan, what appears to be a Ene memory card controller, and an open Mini PCI-Express slot. The Intel Atom N270 CPU, 945 Express chipset and 2GB of RAM are blurry, but ExoPC has been nice enough to confirm those specs for us. Though there's not much in terms of the externals here, it looks to be a solidly built tablet, and it does appear to have a free SIM slot on its edge. We're itching to see some more pics of the final multitouch units, including the finger-friendly ExoPC UI Layer which will run on top of its Windows 7 Premium, but in the meantime we've got the gallery below.

Gallery: ExoPC internals gallery | 6 Photos



[Thanks, Jean-Baptiste]

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