The 9-inch touchscreen MiniPC device will come packing the Z515 Intel processor, a choice of 80 and 160GB hard drive options, Wi-fi, Bluetooth and, as we knew, Windows 7.
The device will be controlled mostly by touch but will also have an optical trackball with two buttons to take the pressure off your fingers for a bit.
The PCtablet will be available in September for £449.99 for the 80GB version and £499.99 for 160GB. There will also be a 12-inch version coming in 2010 for those who like their PC tablets a bit larger.
It didn't end there though. The company also took the chance to out and price its Archos 13 laptop. The new addition packs a 13.3-inch screen, 250GB hard drive, 10 cell battery and HDMI port, but still remains portable at 1.6kg.
You'll be able to get your hands on it in August for £549.99 – be sure to keep it locked to Stuff.tv for full reviews of both products very soon, and check out what we thought to Archos' last internet tablet device, the Archos 5.