Looking for an iPad competitor now? OpenPeak gave SlashGear the privilege of what appears to be the first hands-on preview of the 7-inch device fresh out of its pre-production phase and I must say: I like what I saw. It still comes packed with that beefy 1.9GHz Moorestown processor and it really does make for smooth performance across the board. It comes with an HDMI-out port, USB, 3G HSDPA to work with AT&T, 802.11N WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, and a slot for a microSDHC card.
What’s even more impressive are the dual cameras: you get a camera for 1080p video recording on the front and a 5-megapixel camera on the back (not clear on if it’ll be able to take video alongside still photos). The software looks to be mostly stock Android, but the tablet isn’t yet finished so anything can change. When we first heard about this tablet I didn’t think much of it, but the guys at OpenPeak are giving me a reason to “open” my eyes. Have a look-see at the video above for your pleasure.