Saturday, December 28, 2013

Grippity: bilateral Android-tablet - BBC News

Israeli startup began fundraising for the production of Android-tablet with two touch surfaces. The new device – Grippity – they are front and rear, like the portable game console PlayStation Vita. In addition, the touch screen is made transparent by half, so that users can use to manage all ten fingers, and seeing them perform complex gestures.

Also included Grippity peredachtik IR remote control TV / DVD-player and two soft touch area for the thumbs. These features make the device a multifunctional – they can act as a tablet, PU, ??keyboard or game controller.

Grippity equipped with 7-inch LCD display (800×480), a processor Cortex A8, 4 gigabytes of internal memory (with support for microSD-cards up to 32GB), Wi-Fi module and Bluetooth. Version of Android – 4.2. Promised firmware upgrade to 4.4 (Jelly Bean), if it becomes available at the time of release tablet.

Grippity cost for pre-order – from 159 (for the first five hundred people) to 235 dollars. Enthusiasts want to attract users to the site Kickstarter at least 199,000 dollars until January 23. While that their project was supported by 125 people. If funding is successful, Gippity delivery will begin in October next year.

Source: Kickstarter

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