UI Centric announces their new interface for Windows 7 Tablets

UI Centric which is an interface designing company, recently announced the details of their upcoming User Interface for Windows 7 Tablets codenamed Macallan. This interface is being developed keeping in mind all the aspects of the Tablet/Slate PC, for a complete experience on the tablets powered by Windows 7 which are slated to be launched later this year.

The screen-shots look refreshing and they say that they will be built from scratch. Adapting a full fledged Desktop Operating System like Windows 7 on a Tablet is not an easy thing to do, but using this Macallan interface will be a completely different experience altogether.

By the looks of the screenshots with a flip page like interface for multitasking  it looks to be quite a promising one.

Major benefits over other tablet device user interfaces, being touted, include:

  • Native multitasking
  • Adobe Flash support
  • USB and memory card support
  • Camera and video chat functionality

Macallan will be available under a licensing model to hardware manufacturers targeting Microsoft Windows 7 or Windows 7 Embedded Compact. As a comprehensive “off-the-shelf” solution, it will empower manufacturers to  offer a next generation multi-touch user experience.

The release dates according to the press release is Q3 of 2010 .

Lee Whittington is a Tech Reporter and a Developer with the TWC Team. He has been writing for TWCN for several years and has also developed several freeware apps for The Windows Club, most of which have been very popular worldwide.