IDF 2010 was the stage where OpenPeak let the public have a peek at the OpenTablet 7. Needless to say, the number in the device name signifies its screen size, which currently stands at 7-inches. Running on Android 2.1, the OpenTablet 7 was specially designed to see action in home environments while bringing together VoIP, video calling, web browsing and multimedia capabilities in a single form factor. Running on an Intel Atom processor, you get 2GB RAM and up to 64GB of SSD storage space within, while capturing memories can be done via its rear as well as front facing cameras. AT&T will be offering the OpenTablet 7 from next year onwards, although expect other carriers to enter the market after that. The tablet market is starting to get as convoluted as the smartphone industry, and we can only hope that more quality than quantity floods the market instead.