LG has revealed a new tablet computer in Korea called the E-Note H1000B, which has Windows 7 Starter Edition as its operating system.
The tablet has a 10.1-inch display. It runs on Windows 7 Starter Edition, which seems rather limited for a device such as this. It has been said that users can upgrade it to Windows 7 Professional, however.
The E-Note H1000B is powered by a Z510 or Z530 processor. It includes 1 GB of RAM and a 16 SSD. It has two USB ports and a 3.5mm headphone input.
It includes Wi-Fi connectivity, Bluetooth and an SD card slot for extending its memory.
The tablet does not include a camera, however, and it will cost a hefty US$850. While this tablet may not be too impressive, LG has also said it would launch an Android tablet for 2011.
A solid tablet offering could prove to be crucial to turn the tide for LG in offering portable connected devices to consumers.