CTIA 2010 was a bomb, when it came to innovations and announcements, so AT&T couldn’t stay put and announced a couple of products and services of its own. Aside from 3G MicroCells and subscription music services, the carrier also detailed the OpenPeak Tablet. This device combines communication features with home management, entertainment and more.

OpenPeak does social networking, book downloads, navigation, email, IM, multimedia, picture sharing and everything you need from a portable device like this. Home security management is also a neat addition and another bonus is the tablet’s own electronic app store, dubbed the OpenPeak App Shop. In case you’re wondering about the device’s specs, here they are: a 7 inch multitouch TFT LCD screen with LED backlighting, HDMI output, USB interface, microSD card slot, WiFi and an Intel Atom CPU.

The tablet weighs a mere 1.15 pounds and it’s only 0.59 inches thick, plus you should know that it’s bundled with a desktop docking station. Here’s the device, shown on stage at CTIA Wireless 2010:

[via Slashgear]