We might soon have one more tablet to play around with, one that runs the Windows 7 operating system and sports the familiar LG logo occupying pride of place on the tablet PC’s front. Its LG H1000B Windows 7 Tablet that we are talking about and reports point out the tablet might just have passed through the Federal Communications Commission.
Complete details are yet to come by and we might not have all the bits and pieces before CES 2011, more so since LG is believed to have requested for a month and a half of confidentiality from FCC.
However, the tablet is likely to have Intel Atom inside though the exact chip is still a mystery. The screen does look to be of 10 inches and the entire thing is turned out in a glossy finish. Also, as of now, features like an SD card slot, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi b/g/n can be associated with the device.
LG had only recently made it known they would wait for the tablet friendly version of Android to come out before embarking on their Android tablet plans though they have gone ahead with Windows 7 that too isn’t too highly regarded for delivering its best in a tablet PC.
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