Whether or not Windows 7 has a place on tablets or not, it isn’t stopping some brave companies from releasing consumer-oriented slate computers running Redmond’s latest operating system. Today, IN MEDIA announced the release of the uncreatively named “Windows 7 Tablet PC”.
Powered by a 1.66GHZ Intel Atom processor, the tablet sports an HDMI interface, a forward-facing camera, an 11 1⁄4 by 6 inch LCD screen, built-in eReader functionality and a 160GB hard drive.
IN Media CEO Nick Karnik in a press statement touted the device’s ability to play Flash videos, too.
IN MEDIA’s Windows 7 Tablet PC is scheduled for shipment in Q1 2011 and will roll out in Asia and the United States with at a suggested retail price of $399.
Don’t look for this one to give the iPad a run for its money just yet.
No pictures, videos or hand drawn cartoons of the tablet were made available.