"At CES, Innovative Converged Devices (ICD) demonstrated two
Android-based touchscreen computers based on Nvidia's Tegra 250
processor -- a 15.6-inch Vega kitchen computer and a seven-inch
Ultra tablet. Also at CES, ICD and T-Mobile UK announced that the
latter will launch the Vega later this year in the U.K.
"ICD first announced the Vega kitchen computer in November, and
the smaller Ultra tablet was tipped in early December by Engadget's
Joshua Topolsky, who promptly showed off his new find on The Jimmy
Fallon Show. (ICD, which has offices in both the U.S. and U.K., is
also said to be working on an 11-inch Android device.)
"Both the Ultra and the Vega use Nvidia's ARM11-based Tegra 250
system-on-chip (SoC). Announced last week, the "Tegra 2" SoC is
touted as being "specifically designed for tablets." The Tegra 250
offers up to four times the performance of the previous Tegras, and
can easily handle 1080p video playback, claims Nvidia."
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