Tablets are cropping up all over the place, especially over in Taipei where Computex 2010 is in full swing. The latest tablet to be unearthed is the LG UX10 which is a Windows 7 Home Premium touting device running on an Atom Z530 processor.
It's slightly bigger than the most famous tablet in the world, with a 10.1-inch screen, which is LED and capacitive, and there's 1GB of DDR2 RAM packed in. There's a 1.3-megapixel webcam for all your VoIP needs and an SD slot for storage expansion. Of course, there's Wi-Fi (b, g and n) and there's also a micro-HDMI out socket too.
The device was spotted by Engadget, who supplied the video above too, but they couldn't get a definite answer from Microsoft or LG with regards to availability. They did take plenty of pictures though, which you can see here.
Have you guys got yourself a tablet yet? If so, are you an iPad fanboy, or have you gone for something else? Or are you waiting for the Windows and Android tablets to appear? Go on, do tell....