Features 7-inch multi-touch TFT LCD screen and weighs 1.15 pounds
OpenPeak, a provider of multimedia touch-screen devices and device management platforms, has debuted its new OpenTablet 7, a portable, touch-screen tablet that is powered by Intel’s handheld and tablet platform, codenamed ‘Moorestown’.
According to OpenPeak, the 9 inches by 5 inches OpenTablet 7 features a 7-inch multi-touch TFT LCD screen with LED backlighting, 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1 and cellular connectivity, HDMI output, dual cameras, USB interface, MicroSD slot, built-in speakers and microphone; and weighs 1.15 pounds. It is available with either a desktop docking station or handset docking station.
The company claims that the software framework enables designers and developers to create interactive applications using Adobe Flash CS4. The integrated device management services allows providers to remotely provision, monitor and update customer devices over broadband networks.
Dan Gittleman, CEO of OpenPeak, said: “The all-in-one device allows you to sync schedules, check movie times, listen to music, watch videos, get weather updates, and even monitor energy usage and home security, all from a single, easy-to-use device.
“In addition to the exciting possibilities for in-home use of the OpenTablet, the device also provides a powerful way for enterprise businesses to integrate telephony and multi-media services right on the desktop, And, hospitality providers can also use it to increase hotel revenue and guest loyalty by delivering in-room dining options, information about spa services, nearby attractions, airlines and travel services and more right to the bedside table in an ultra-modern touch-screen device.”