Innovative Converged Devices Unveils 15″ Vega Tablet
WOW.Â This is the kind of stuff that gets us really excited.Â Innovative Converged Devices, a company based out of UK and Seattle has pulled the curtain back on their 15.6″ Vega tablet.Â It’s not just a large internet browser either.Â This baby has a lot of the features found in today’s smart phones, including 3G and accelerometers. Â Oh, you might be interested to know it has Android 2.0 and runs on an NVIDIA Tegra chip!
As thick as a G1, Vega is a little bit cell phone, a little bit netbook, and a lot bit sleek.Â With optional radio support for 2G and 3G connection, it’s possible to get OTA updates.Â This means your Vega can keep up with the advances in Android!Â There’s also magnetic docking and
The 7-inch, 11-inch and 15-inch devices are scheduled for distribution through Tier 1 carriers across North America, Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East in the first half of 2010. ICD will provide full specifications and demo the Vega device at the 2010 International CES Show, which takes place January 7-10 at the Las Vegas Convention Center/Las Vegas Hilton.
Full details can be found on the PDF linked here.
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