We’ve come across the LG E-Note H1000B tablet PC earlier this month at the FCC, and finally the tablet PC has been announced officially as the newest entry to the tablet market by the South Korean-based manufacturer, LG.
The LG E-Note H1000B tablet PC packs specs and features including a 10.1-inch resistive touchscreen display with stylus at 1366 x 768 pixel resolution. The device is also based on the Windows 7 Starter Edition operating system. It is power driven by an Intel Atom Z510 which runs at 1.16 GHz or 1.66GHz Z530 processors. In addition, the tablet PC gets a 1GB or RAM and a 16GB of solid state disk to cover your storage needs. Connectivity-wise, the gadget offers an 802.11b/g/n antenna and a Bluetooth 3.0. WiMAX is also an optional goody for the consumers. The H1000B slate is powered by a 4-cell battery and measures in at 14.5mm thick and weight at about 850 grams. Other goodies incorporated are a pair of USB 2.0 ports as well as a multi-card reader.
The LG E-Note H1000B tablet is already available in Korea at a price of 961,000 won or roughly about $847. No further details yet about its release date to other regions. It seems a little hefty, but if you are looking for a tablet PC as an alternative to the well renowned Apple iPad though, then this one just might be right for you.