The tablet market is hot right now with manufacturers large, small, and unknown rushing to bring their own tablets to the market to compete against the iPad. bModo has unveiled its tablet offering called the bModo12 and the machine is more netbook than iPad. It runs a 1.6GHz Intel Atom Processor with Windows 7 as the operating system.
The tablet also has a lot of connectivity with dual USB ports, an SD card slot, HDMI output, and a SIM card slot. Cram a SIM card into that SIM card slot and you can get mobile broadband. The tablet also has a front facing VGA webcam with a mic for video conferencing and chat sessions.
Other features include 1GB of RAM and a 32GB SSD. Screen size is 11.6-inches with HD resolution. The tablet has Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS, and an integrated docking port. A dock for the tablet will ship early next year. bModo is mum on the price for the tablet right now and will only say it should hit stores in time for the holidays.