ICD Announces Tegra Powered Tablet running Android

By | December 20th, 2009

ICD has come up with a new tablet that is powered by Nvidia Tegra T20 1GHz chipset and runs Google Android operating system. The Tablet offers extended battery life and tons on features in a small package.


The new tablet is most suited for home users as well as for travelers who needs connectivity and exceptional power and display options. The tablet packs an entertainment with a 7-inch resistive or capacitive touchscreen that comes with either 800×480 or 1024×600 screen resolution.

The 1GHz Nvidia Tegra based ARM processor is running Google Android 2.0 Eclair OS that provides support for common application including browser and media playback. There is a mini-HDMI port to hook an external monitor and enjoy full HD 1080p content. It has 256MB RAM and 512MB NAND memory. Connectivity includes 3G WWAN, GPS, Wi-Gi b/g and Bluetooth 2.1. There are USB ports, dual-internal microphones, speakers, 3.5-mm audio jack, FM Tuner and Ambient Light Sensor.