Windows Mobile 6.5 looks decent enough to run on bigger screens than those like Toshiba TG01, so it shouldn’t surprise us to see the OS on a tablet, for example. Take C-motech’s Mangrove 7 inch tablet with its 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU, a device that runs Microsoft’s latest mobile OS.
One can also consider this device a MID, or a very big smartphone, but we’ll settle with calling it a tablet, one that comes with WiFi, 3G and WiMAX connectivity. The display supports both landscape and portrait modes and Mangrove also features 2 USB ports and a microSD card slot. No info on the price or launch date of the device.