Windows 7 Tablet by LG knocks the door at FCC
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LG is planning to launch the Windows 7 version tablet and they are very bullish about it, but they have no plans as of yet to launch the Google Android powered tablet. It is because of the guys at Wireless Goodness who noticed a list on the FCC website mentioning the name of the tablet called the LG H1000B.
The FCC doesn’t make available the details relating to the device except the model number and that the H1000B is a tablet which has Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity.
The Wireless Goodness had earlier spotted a Windows 7 running LG H1000B tablet in a TwitPic and Netbook News has even reported that they have witnessed another site of giving details about Intel Atom as its processor.
These are just the glimpses of the device that are mentioned above, but the overall design looks good. Before any speculations are made let the original thing comes out to the fore so that we can be clear about its design and other specifications. Let’s wait and watch!