I don't think anyone is surprised that we are seeing new tablets hit the market in the post iPad unveiling days and weeks despite the fact that some are predicting the iPad will not be popular for Apple. The latest new tablet to debut is from a company called OpenPeak and it is called the OpenTablet 7.
The OpenTablet 7 is a slick looking device that is portable and has a multi-touch touchscreen that is 7-inches wide and uses LED backlighting. The tablet also supports 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1, and cellular connectivity. That cellular connectivity allows mobile broadband access and the device has a mic and speakers allowing it to be used as a phone.
Other features include HDMI out, dual cameras for HD video recording and still images. Storage can be expanded with microSD card and the OpenTablet 7 has a USB port. The tablet measures 9" x 5" and is 0.59" thick with a weight of 1.15 pounds. The CPU in the device is a Moorestown Intel Atom. Apps for the device can be developed using Adobe Flash CS4. Pricing and availability are unannounced at this time.