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Windows 7 gets tablet makeover

Microsoft is using this year’s Computex show in Taiwan to showcase Windows Embedded Compact 7, a slimline version of its latest operating system for tablets and potable media players.

Asus previewed the software on the Eee Pad EP101TC 10, reports The Inquirer. Computex also served as the venue for Asus’s Eee Pad’s unveiling.

Most of the details are still being kept under wraps, but it is expected that it will be made available to vendors in Q4.

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