September 14, 2010 | by Lars Aronsson
With the massive amount of Android powered tablets that have been announced this year, it’s hard for individual devices to stand out from the rest. Samsung’s Galaxy Tab has managed to pull it off, and another tablet that seems just a bit more promising than the competition is the 7-inch OpenPeak that SlashGear has had the privilege to check out.
It boasts a mighty 1.9 GHz Moorestown, Atom-based processor and the tablet appears to be quite snappy. Other notable hardware features of the OpenPeak are the dual cameras: the front-facing camera can record no less than 1080p video and then there’s a 5 MP camera on the back as well. The tablet will have a 7-inch, capacitive, LED-backlit touchscreen with multitouch support and a 1024×600 resolution. There are currently five physical buttons: Home, Back, Menu, Power and a volume rocker at the top.
In this nearly 5-minute hands-on video, you get to see various aspects of the OpenPeak. It’s a pre-production unit, so things might change. What do you think – is this a tablet that you would consider buying if the price was right?
A few of the final specs are still unknown, but these details were released back in March:
- 1.9GHz Moorestown, Atom-based processor
- 7-inch multitouch, LED-backlit high-resolution capacitive LCD
- 802.11bgn & BlueTooth 2.1
- 3G HSDPA (AT&T)
- Dual cameras (1080p front-facing, 5MP rear)
- HDMI output
- microSDHC slot
- 9″W x 5″H x .59″D
- 1.15 lbs.
Via [Android Community]