How long am I allowed to ogle a gadget before it crosses the line from appreciation to obscenity? Engadget has just come across a spec sheet for ICD's upcoming 11.2” Gemini tablet. This baby has everything you could possibly want in a tablet form-factor. It has 3G, a swappable 40Wh battery, SD card reader, FM radio, GPS, and WiFi. There is a front-facing 2 MP camera, plus a rear-facing 5 MP camera with autofocus.
The Gemini has stereo speakers, supports Bluetooth, and has microUSB connectivity. The screen comes in both resistive and capacitive multitouch variants. Also, this thing runs Flash. It's built around the 1GHz Tegra 2 system-on-a-chip, which should provide comparable battery life to the iPad, as well as better graphics handling. The Gemini can display glorious full 1080p HD.
So, let's take this all together. The Gemini is as fast as the iPad, displays HD better, has 2 more cameras, an SD reader, a swappable battery, and Flash over Apple's vaunted tablet. It runs on Android too. You know, because it wasn't hot enough already.