HP just killed TouchPad and webOS, but now new mobile operating system and tablet have been released. If you’re curious, let’s go on checking Fusion Garage’s Grid10 tablet.
Fusion Garage Grid10 measures 274.2 x 173.5 x 13.9mm and weights 690g. Unlike most tablets running iOS or Google Android operating system in the market, Grid10 tablet features a brand new operating system: GridOS, an mobile operating system built leveraging an android kernel, therefore, Grid10 tablet is able to support all kinds of Android apps, while the stunning user interface offers you a nice user experience.
Grid10 tablet is powered by a NVidia Tegra II 1.2GHz dual-core processor, and comes with 512MB RAM, 16GB storage capacity, 10-inch capacitive multi-touch screen LCD with 1366 x 768 pixels resolution and from facing 1.3-megapixel webcam, while other interfaces also includes 3.5mm audio jack, docking port for charging, HDMI output and USB accessories, and microSD card slot to extend the storage capacity. Apart from that, the network connections have Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3G and GSM.
The Wi-Fi version Grid10 tablet is priced at $499 USD, and the Wi-Fi + 3G Grid 10 costs $599 USD. At present, Fusion Garage has started accepting the pre-orders of the brand new tablet. If you’re interested, jump to Fusion Garage official site for more details.