LAS VEGAS, Oct. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Fluid Computer Systems (http://www.fluidcomputersystems.com), a venture-backed tech company specializing in innovative products, is releasing the first mass-market Windows 7 PC tablet and scheduling it for Christmas delivery. Exactly 1,000 of the slate-style multi-touch screen computers, which include a 10.1 inch display, Wi-Fi capability, and Flash-friendly browsing, are available to purchase for $599 at the company's website, http://www.fluidTablets.com. This now gives the consumer an alternative to Apple's slate-style iPad.
"Thanks to the size, shape and Windows 7 operating system of these tablet PCs, there's no longer a need to haul around a netbook or laptop," says Aaron Henry, CEO of Fluid Computer Systems. "One of the major benefits to this tablet is the ability to run office style software. In fact, we will have an Apps Center available in Spring 2011 to enhance these universally compatible Windows 7 based tablets."
The company currently has two different tablets available, the Fluid Stream and the Fluid Motion, but only the Fluid Stream is available for Christmas delivery. The Fluid Motion, the company's mid-range tablet, includes wireless 3G and will be available in February of next year for $699. Though both tablets have full multi-touch screen capability, and offer early customers an ongoing discount on orders from the Apps Center, the company also sells a stylus, portable keyboard and folding stand to enhance the user's experience.
About Fluid Computer Systems
Fluid Computer Systems is the flagship project of Strategy Venture Group, Inc. a California-based technology investment firm. Aaron Henry the President of Strategy Venture Group, Inc. is assuming the position of CEO at Fluid Computer Systems to spearhead its launch. The motivation behind this new Windows 7 tablet computer is to bring mobility and productivity to the large student market at an affordable cost.
Aaron Henry is available for media interviews. A limited number of units will be available for media demos in late November.
J. Michael Palka
SOURCE Fluid Computer Systems