The tablet market continues to inch closer to a competitive field instead of just a one-man show dominated by Apple. ExoPC, for example, is now taking preorders for its upcoming Windows 7-based slate.
Preorders were originally limited to 1,200, but now it's open to everyone. The 32GB version will run you CAD $649 (about $625) while the 64GB is being sold for CAD $749 (about $720). Both models come with up to 160MB/s SanDisk P4 mini-SSDs and a rated battery life of up to four hours.
One change since the last time we heard about these tablets is that GPS has been pulled from the 64GB version. ExoPC said it wasn't able to get it to work right on the prototype and doesn't have enough time to track down another provider, so they're dumping GPS altogether, at least for now.
Enticed? More preordering info here .