Inbrics Bringing OLED Android MID To CES 2010

Posted: Nov 26 2009, 11:23am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:50pm CDT, in News | CES

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Do you feel a painful, gnawing hunger inside your belly? An emptiness that food, women, charity work and narcotics are all unable to fill? If so, don't worry. You're experiencing a perfectly natural feeling of longing for Inbrics un-named Android MID. (PMP Today) This bizarre gadget will be shown off at CES 2010 in January. We don't have a detailed spec list yet, but we do know that it will be powered by an ARM Cortex A8 800 MHz prcessor. It'll pack an OLED screen that looks to be around 5-6" long. This gadget will also have a full QWERTY keyboard, WiFi, and GPS. If it ends up packing 3G as well, we could have a great new candidate for a VOIP phone on our hands. (Image courtesy of jkkmobile) CES 2010 can't come fast enough. Between this MID and the upcoming 15.6" Vega Android tablet, next year is starting to sound like the best year for gadget releases in a very long time.

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