Fusion Garage Grid 10 Video
Fusion Garage Grid 10 Video Transcript
Hey I'm Donald Bell at CNET. Com and I'm here with the Grid 10 from Fusion Garage. This is a 10.1 Inch Tablet, running a brand new operating system that's based off of the Android Kernel. It's got that 10.1 Inch Honeycomb-like look but it really is a brand new operating system, you can see some evidence of that by the way, you're navigating around the home screen, it's almost like navigating around a map on something like a Honeycomb Tablet, you got your interesting, your new groups of applications, you've got a built-in link to the Amazon App Store, if you wanna download applications to this. You also have Fusion Garage's own app store, that's included on the device. Some other interesting things to point out on the side here, you've got your charging adapter cable connector, you've got a headphone jack, a microSD expansion, there's 16 gigabytes of storage built in to this but you can expand that out. On the other side you've got a connection for a SIM card possibility here and your power button. Overall, it's a fairly thin and light-weight device, we're really interested in seeing this shipped on September 15th, the price point is $499.00 for the 16 gigabyte configuration. Again this is the Grid 10 from Fusion Garage. For CNET. Com, I'm Donald Bell.
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