Onkyo Japan has just unveiled three new Windows 7 tablets, the TW117A4, TW217A5 and TW317A5 models. The first two feature 10.1 inch screens, while the latter packs a 11.6 inch display. TW117A4 and TW317A5 rely on Intel Atom N450 CPUs and GMA 3150 graphics, while the third unit takes on Atom Z530 and GMA 500 graphics.

All of the new slates use 1GB RAM, they support WiFi b/g/n and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR. As far as the storage is concerned, TW117A4 relies on a 160 GB HDD, while Onkyo TW217A5 and TW317A5 both feature a 32 GB SSD. These two SSD-based units also come with HDMI output, while the two models with N450 CPUs include 2 USB 2.0 ports (only one for the Z530 device).

Battery life is approximately 6.4 hours for the Onkyo TW117A4, that weighs 0.99 kg, while TW217A5 provides 3.8 hours of functioning time and weighs 850 grams. TW317A5 weighs 1 kg and can function for about 5 hours. No info on pricing or international launches for now.

[via slashgear]