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LG Launches Its Own Line of Windows 7 Tablets

Over in Korea, LG has launched its new Windows 7 Home Starter tablet, the E-Note H1000B.

The device was first spotted earlier this month in a FCC testing report, indicating that it would provide support for Bluetooth 3.0 and WiFi b/g/n. There was also indication that the tablet would possibly hit the market by the end of the year.

Now arriving first in Korea, the E-Note H1000B features a choice of Intel Atom 1.1 GHz Z510 or 1.6 GHz Z530 processors. It also comes packed with 1 GB or RAM, a 16 GB SSD, two USB ports, an SD card slot and a removable 4-cell battery. The resistive touchscreen measures 10.1-inches, offers a native 1366 x 768 resolution, and even comes with a stylus.

In addition to the choice of processors, consumers can option to upgrade the OS to Windows 7 Professional, purchase an additional docking-station stand and an external WiMAX modem. Slashgear reports that Korean carrier KT is selling the Windows 7 tablet for 961,000 won ($847), however that also includes the WiMax modem.

As previously indicated, expect to see the tablet head Stateside by the end of the year.