CES 2010 goes on in Las Vegas, as we’ve just entered its last day and we learn that Freescale showcased a new device, supposed to come with “a tablet reference design”. Freescale Semiconductor created a new smartbook, featuring a 7 inch touchscreen display and using a form factor that’s one third the size and volume of a typical netbook.

It seems that the maker of this product is aiming for a less than $200 price tag and a form factor that will increase the power, performance and functionality of the device. This tablet uses the advanced ARM processor technology, instant-on functionality, persistent connectivity and its battery should be pretty impressive, too.

Freescale’s product was demoed @ CES 2010 running Android and Linux.

[via mobilitysite]