After iPad, AT&T announced that it will sell a tablet PC from Boca Raton, Fla.-based OpenPeak that will run on its 3G broadband network.

OpenPeak’s “OpenTablet” will have Intel’s latest Atom chip that will be bundled up with features like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, a high-resolution 7-inch multitouch TFT LCD screen with LED backlighting, HDMI output for connection to HD televisions, dual cameras for high-definition video and still images, an onboard USB connector, and a MicroSD slot.