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Tablet Runs on Moorestown Processor

OpenPeak announced an Intel Moorestown-based tablet device, which may well end up running the new Nokia/Intel MeeGo operating system. The OpenTablet 7 features a 7-inch multi-touch display, 802.11n WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, cellular, HDMI output and dual cameras, says the company.

When we heard that Intel CEO Paul Otellini had demonstrated a detachable tablet reference design from OpenPeak at January's Consumer Electronics Show (CES), we speculated that it might have been a Moorestown-equipped version of the previous,  Intel Atom-based OpenTablet 7 design. Indeed, this is precisely what OpenPeak has now formally announced.

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