Saturday, 27 February 2010

ICD Vega Android 2.0 Tablet Available in 2010 Vega Android Tablet, Nvidia Tegra Chipset Touting 'Low Cost Tablet' Confirmed

Innovative Converged Devices have confirmed that they are set to release
what they term as a �low cost tablet in 2010 in the form of the ICD
Vega Tablet which as well as running Android 2.0 " the same OS as the
Motorola Droid, incidentally – will also feature Nvidia s Tegra
chipset.
Set to become available initially with a 15.6 � display, with 11 � and 7
� models also set to be made available, the ICD Vega Tablet is detailed
as supporting 3G and 802.11 b/g WiFi connectivity as well as Bluetooth
2.1, whilst also packing an integrated 1.3 megapixel webcam, dual
microphones, 512MB RAM, 512MB of NAND flash memory and an accelerometer
as well as a light sensor (which will act to adapt the screen s
brightness according to ambient lighting conditions) whist, in terms of
storage, the device will purportedly fall back on micorSD cards.
The main draw, however, aside from its high resolution 1366 x 768 262K
color touchscreen display is the employment of Nvidia s Tegra chipset
which, in being a low power solution, means that the ICD Vega Tablet
will apparently offer up to 4 hours endurance based on a full 2 hour charge.
There s no specific word concerning pricing at this juncture though its
expected that the device may be offered with carrier subsidies " though
as yet there s no detail as to whom the carriers may be.
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