When I recently spoke at Infrastructure Saturday I was there I was able to interview Hugo Ortega the all round table guru (and Tablet MVP) from Tegatech Australia about the the stunning cool Windows 7 tablets that the company he works for makes. What I really liked about this was that this device was a really good example of what you can do with Windows 7 on a slate hardware device with a capacitive.
Now what does this have to do with Group Policy? Well these devices run fully blown Windows 7 meaning you can connect them to the domain and configure them via Group Policy (nice).
If you still think that Windows 7 is not a good for a table device these device also ship in a dual boot Windows 7 / Android configuration.
For more details check out http://www.tegatech.com.au/touch_tabletpc/touch-tablet-pc.php#TTP10
Disclaimer: This interview was NOT paid for or solicited in any way by TegaTech. I only did this interview because I like to support fellow MVPâ€™s and I thought the device was really COOL!