Grid 10 Tablet and Grid 4 Smartphone powered by GridOS revealed.
The mystery about TabCo is over. TabCo was a marketing stunt by Fusion Garage. Fusion Garage already tried the tablet market with the failing JooJoo in 2010. The relaunch looks to be promising. The new GridOS is based on an Android kernel. Initially Fusion Garage offers a 10-inch tablet called Grid 10 and a smartphone dubbed Grid 4. The GridOS has a cool looking user interface, you guessed it, is based on grids.
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The Grid 10 offers a high resolution display with 1,366x768px, 1.3MP camera (Front facing), 16GB storage, Tegra 2 CPU, Wi-fi 801.11n and GPS.
The Grid 10 with WiFi sells for $499 and the Grid 10 Wifi + 3G has a price-tag of $599. Both Grid Tablets ship on September 15 and are available for order now in the US.
The Grid 4 smartphone has a 4-inch TFT LCD touchscreen with 800x480px, 5MP camera, Wifi 802.11n, GPS, HSDPA and 16GB storage. It is 9.6mm thin. The Grid 4 is supposed to ship in Q4 for $399 unlocked.
As the Grid devices are based on Android, Android apps are supposed to work. There is also going to be Grid app store, but honestly they need the Android Eco-system if these devices are supposed to sell in numbers.
So here we have another cool looking tablet and smartphone. Below is a video introducing the Grid 10. Are you excited about it? Will you buy a Grid 10? Please post your answer below in the comments.
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