While we don’t expect to see any Windows Phone 7 tablet devices anytime soon, Microsoft has demoed a few tablet devices at Computex that are powered by its Windows Embedded Compact 7 OS, which more or less looks like Windows Phone 7. This device supports Silverlight for Windows Embedded, Flash 10.1 and multi-touch within the browser. If you had a dream of a Zune/Windows Phone 7 tablet device, check out the video after the jump to see if they match up. The technical specifications of the device probably aren’t too important, since the main story here is about the OS, but if you’re interested, it’s powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 2 chip and sports an 8.9-inch display.
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