Last we heard from LG regarding the Korean company’s tablet plans, an unnamed exec announced LG had dropped a planned Android 2.2 tablet. Now, gadget blog wireless goodness has dug up an LG Windows 7 tablet going by the model number H1000B on the FCC website.
The FCC’s technical compliance statement refers to the H1000B as a “portable computer,” and the filing also suggests the H1000B will sport Wi-fi, Bluetooth, and an SD card slot. Wireless Goodness also tracked down a twitpic of the H1000B, complete with a Korean caption that did include the term “Win 7.” The only other detail gathered from the pic is that the H1000B will have a glossy screen, not unlike the HP Slate 500.
According to the FCC paperwork, LG requested only 45 days of confidentiality, meaning we could see the H1000B Windows 7 Tablet PC unveiled at CES or earlier.