OpenPeak unveils a new 7-inch touch-screen device (AKA: OpenTablet 7) which runs an Android 2.2 (Froyo) platform on board and packs Intel’s powerful Moorestown chipset under the hood. And while licensing issues prevent users from getting access to Android Market or Google Apps, there seems to be plenty of gadgets-junkies willing to pay the price – which according to various sources ranged from $300 to $400 before it gets subsidized. What else in there? 802.11b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth, 3G connectivity and 5mp camera are all included inside. Availability is yet to be determined (somewhere around Q1 2011), but a quick hands-on video is just after the jump.

[via slashgear]

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