We’ve dug up some leaked user interface shots of the upcoming Microsoft Courier tablet device in the past, and now it seems that more pictures and a nice video of the device has surfaced on the Internet. From the latest info, it seems that the device will function as a digital journal, as well as being under an inch thick, weighing a little over a pound, and powered by the NVIDIA Tegra 2. Word on the street is that this device will be launching in Q3 or Q4, but nothing concrete seems to be available at the moment, not even a price tag. Video on it after the jump.
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