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January 7, 2010 at 11:19 AM

CES: Windows 7 tablet looks like big iPod Touch

LAS VEGAS — Is this the closest thing yet to a supersized iPod Touch?

It’s a touchscreen Windows 7 tablet powered by an Atom processor that Intel’s showing in its booth at CES.

It’s made by Hanvon, a Chinese company that’s been building readers and tablet devices:

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