Wednesday, 31 March 2010

ICD Ultra Tablet Revealed 7" Tablet, Tegra Processing, Android 2.0, 3G

ICD hasย announcedย the Ultra tablet, which aims to be the smaller
variant of it's (still unreleased) Vega line of tablets. The Ultra is
pretty much what any gadget fan would want in a tablet, with Android,
Tegra processing, and a big 7 touchscreen display.
The Ultra will be packing NVIDIA's Tegra T20 chip which includes a
processor, memory and graphics rendering all on a single die, also known
as system-on-a-chip , which i
s aimed at smartphones and mobile devices, like the Ultra tablet. The
Ultra will ship with Android 2.1, and buyers will have a choice as to if
they want a capacitive or resistive touchscreen.
The Ultra will come with 4GB of internal memory, of course expandable
with an microSD slot. It'll be running on 512MB of RAM, and extras
include Bluetooth, HDMI-out and a 1.3-megapixel camera.
Connectivity to the internet will be either WiFi or 3G, with the 3G
leading some to speculate the device could be offered .ย Tech blog
Engadget says the device will cost $249, and that'll well see more
details at CES.
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