bModo Shows Off Its First Windows 7 Tablet PC

The world has gone tablet PC crazy over the months since the iPad hit store shelves. If a maker is capable of talking about making a tablet or actually producing one they are hard at work right now. bModo isn't a company that I have heard of before, but the firm has announced its first tablet PC running Windows 7 and it looks pretty darn cool.

The tablet is called the bModo12 and the thing runs Windows 7 as an operating system. The company says that the tablet combines the best features of the iPad, a tablet, and a notebook PC with a variety of connectivity and inputs. Connectivity includes dual USB ports, SD card slot, an HDMI port, a SIM card slot and an OMTP port. The bModo12 also has a VGA camera for video chatting capability and has an Intel Atom 1.6GHz processor inside. People that actually need to work while on the road will be glad to hear that the thing supports Office, Outlook, Acrobat, Photoshop, Flash, Skype and just about any other software that you might need to get your business done.

Storage is to a 32GB SSD and the screen is 11.6-inches with HD resolution. 3G connectivity and WiFi get you online and the tablet has Bluetooth as well as support for a docking station that will be offered in January. The tablet measures in at 11.61" x 7.68" x 0.55" and weighs under 2.2 pounds. Pre-orders will start "shortly" and that will bring with it the key bit of missing info- the price.