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Netbook Navigator NAV7 Slate PC Tablet

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7-inch touchscreen tablet offers unlimited multi-tasking with the full Windows 7 operating system and backside mouse features

Netbook Navigator announced the NAV7 Slate PC (7-inch Tablet) powered by Windows 7. Weighing just 1.25 lbs and equipped with a 1.6GHz Intel processor, up to 2GB RAM, 1.8″ Solid State hard drive with up to 64GB of storage, 2 USB ports, front-side webcam, WIFI, Bluetooth and optional embedded 3G broadband, the NAV7 is essentially a full computer that can be carried with you practically anywhere.

The product is also loaded with a unique combination of features not seen before on a 7-inch tablet, including a back-side touchpad with mouse buttons, a swappable battery good for at least 4 hours per charge, and integrated accelerometer. In addition to the NAV7's ultra-responsive 1024×600 capacitive LCD screen, the touchpad lets users experience the full Windows environment with the accurate precision and control of a mouse click, greatly enhancing productivity and providing an alternative method for PC application management and desktop navigation.

“We are really excited about the launch of our NAV7 tablet,” said Matthew Gross, CEO and Founder of Netbook Navigator. “Unlike most other tablets on the market, the NAV7 offers the ability to run multiple applications simultaneously on a single screen without any limitations whatsoever. With millions of PC applications to choose from, the possibilities are endless.”

Price and Availability
The NAV7 is now available for pre-order in limited quantities on first come, first serve basis with over 30 different configuration options starting from $649. Orders placed in March are expected to ship in May 2011.

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