ICD, a Seattle-based engineering and design firm, built the Ultra tablet, has been busy at CES showing off its NVIDIA Tegra powered tablets running Android OS. They are working in conjunction with NVIDIA, Verizon and Motorola to bring LTE to mobile tablet devices.
The demonstration - on an NVIDIA Tegra-powered Ultra tablet, designed by Innovative Converged Devices (ICD) utilizing the ultra-broad bandwidth of a Motorola 4G wireless modem, operating over a pre-commercial Verizon Wireless LTE network ? brings to life the vision of high-speed Internet everywhere.
With NVIDIA Tegra mobile processors and Verizon LTE 4G connection, the ICD tablets provide full HD web experience, such as streaming YouTube HD, for hours on a single charge. More about the tablets showing at the show:
The ICD Vega:
Android 2.0 Eclair 373mm x 254mm x 16mm 15.6" Touchscreen NVIDIA Tegra 512 DDR / 512 NAND 32GB Internal SD 1.3 MP Web Cam Micro SD Bluetooth 2.1 Wireless 802.11 b/g USB 2.0 2g/3g Data Cellular 3.5mm Audio Jack Magnetic Docking Tablet/Dock Charging Accelerometer Ambient light sensor FM Radio Dual digital microphones
The ICD Ultra:
Android 2.0 Eclair 186mm x 158mm x 18mm 7" Touchscreen NVIDIA TegraT20 1 GHZ 512 DDR / 512 NAND 1.3 MP Web Cam 4GB Internal SD (non removable) Micro SD Bluetooth 2.1 Wireless 802.11 b/g USB 2.0 2g/3g Data Cellular 3.5mm Audio Jack Accelerometer Ambient light sensor Dual digital microphones FM Radio