This rendering is actually looking quite nice, but we won’t necessarily see this design. Viliv says that, while the X10 (Android)will be shipped by them, this X10 (Windows) is a design that may or may not be sold to other manufacturers that will apply their own branding.
Interestingly, Viliv’s specs sheet mentions that the screen is capacitive with “pen input”. It’s possible to do multi-touch on a resistive screen and thus “pen input” would simply mean using a stylus. However, because the screen is capacitive, the only way to get pen input would be with an active digitizer (or a capacitive stylus, but that’d be a gimmick on Viliv’s part) – which would mean a pretty awesome digital notetaking experience on this device – unlike some of the other slates we’re seeing. It’s possible that the wording on the spec sheet was a mix-up for this early concept, though it’d be great to see an active digitizer on this device.