MWC is not all about smartphones these days, since this year’s edition also hosted a bunch of pretty interesting tablets, like OpenPeak’s OpenTablet 7, pictured below. This device was showcased yesterday and we saw the power of the Intel Moorestown platform on this device.
OpenPeak CEO Dan Gittleman claims that the OpenTablet 7 comes with a 7 inch multitouch TFT LCD display with LED backlighting, WiFi (802.11 b/g/n), Bluetooth 2.1 and cellular connectivity. The tablet also features HDMI output, dual cameras, a microSD card slot, incorporated speakers, a mic and an USB interface.
This is one compact device, measuring a mere 9 inches by 5 inches and being only .59 inch thick. You can also use the OpenTablet as a photo frame, since it weighs only 1.15 pounds. We have no info on the price or launch date of the device, but what we do know is that it can have many uses, ranging from a communications command center, a personal companion, a multimedia player and a home security tool.