OpenPeak just unveiled the OpenTablet 10, a slate with a 10.1 inch display and based on Intel’s Moorestown Atom CPU. This device follows the OpenPeak 7, a product that was made available by AT&T in 2010.
OpenTablet 10 incorporates a dual mode display, that supports both finger input and stylus interaction. Said screen also uses a transflective LCD, that can easily be viewed both indoors and outdoors. The tablet’s specs include tons of connectivity options (WiFi a/b/g/n), Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, optional 3G and HDMI out.
There are two cameras on this device: a 5 megapixel one at the back and a 720p HD webcam upfront. Enterprise functionality will be provided by OpenPeak through the OpenServices, that will allow the user to remotely lock/swipe the device and install apps and firmware updates.