Hands-on with ICD’s Ultra Android tablet for Verizon’s LTE network

January 13, 2010
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    ICD Ultra

    Well, silly me.  Looks like in my post-CES haze, I forgot to post this video and photo gallery.  In any case, here’s a very brief hands-on video, and some photos, of the Ultra by ICD.  This device was built to run on a test version of Verizon’s LTE 4G network (and is not the larger Vega that is destined for T-Mobile UK, as I had written previously).

    The Ultra features a 7-inch resistive touchscreen and a speedy 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra CPU, 512MB of RAM, and 4GB of internal storage.  There’s also Bluetooth, WiFi,2G/3G connectivity, an HDMI out port, and a 1.3 megapixel camera.  I watched the device playing some 1080p high-def movies, and they looked really sweet (as you can see in the photos).

    The device was very much in the pre-release stage, and was somewhat unstable, but when it worked, it seemed pretty nice.  It will be interesting to see where T-Mobile UK prices this thing.  Video and photos after the jump.



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