Rover Computers of Russia has just underlined its intent to make a splash in the tablet market with a range of tablets (obviously) that ought to cater to just about every market demographic. The most basic model from them would be the Air G70 that runs on Windows CE 6.0 (who uses that anymore these days?), with a 667MHz Samsung processor chugging at its heart. For its display, you will get a 7″ resistive panel alongside 4GB of on-board storage which can be further augmented through the use of a microSD memory card. For those who want a little bit more muscle, there is the Tegra-powered TegA W70, where it which has a 7″ capacitative panel alongside Android 2.1 as the operating system of choice. Other specifications include HDMI out, a webcam, 3G connectivity and a rather handsome looking chassis. Rover Computers hopes to reveal tehse devices to the masses this coming October with prices starting from $320 thereabouts onwards. Will we see any of these on the FCC pages?