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.

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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.