ICD have introduced a new Android OS based tablet computer. ICD were first seen back in Las Vegas at CES 2010 where a couple of Tegra 2 based devices were on display (the Vega and Ultra). They are now launching the ICD Gemini that also uses the next generation 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra Chipset.
The Gemini has a 1GHz ARM-based Tegra processor with support for 1080p HD vido playback. It also packs a 3G modem for data connections — and for making phone calls over a cellphone network. The ICD Gemini also sports 802.11b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS< and FM Radio. About the only thing that’s missing is WiMAX.
The tablet has a 1366 x 768 pixel multitouch display and runs Google Android. It should support Adobe Flash by the time the Gemini is released. There are no details as yet on pricing or availability.
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