bModo, a company based in the US has released its first Windows-based tablet device called the bModo12 onto the market. The bModo12 is a 11.6-inch Tablet that features a 1366 x 768 capacitive touchscreen display and pack the power of an Atom N450 processor running at 1.66GHz. The bModo12 also comes equipped with an Intel GMA 500 integrated graphics processor, a discrete 1080p video accelerator, a 32GB SSD and 1GB of RAM.
Other specifications of the bModo12 includes a 1.3-Megapixel Camera, GPS Navigation, 3G Connectivity, Bluetooth, WiFi, a G-Sensor, HDMI Port, two USB Ports, Stereo Speakers and Windows 7 Home Premium running on as its core. It will be available all over just in time for the Christmas Season for a retail price of $699.