CES 2010 has been quite an event for tablets, and we'll forgive you if your eyes have gone square trying to keep up with all the touchscreens on offer. One of the names that has cropped up a couple of times - and attached to carriers who'll be distributing the tablets, no less - is ICD, who will be providing Verizon with an LTE tablet, the Ultra, and T-Mobile UK with a desktop tablet, the Vega. We promised video of both tablets in action, and have updated both of our original hands-on articles with just that.
Hands-on video after the cut
Just to make things easier, we've also embedded the videos at the end of this post. The Ultra is a 7-inch device with a Motorola 4G LTE modem and NVIDIA Tegra 2 chipset, while the Vega is a larger, 15-inch model with a 2.5G radio (for voice calls and text messages), WiFi and a family-centric interface. Both run Google's Android OS.
T-Mobile Vega Android tablet demo:
Verizon Ultra Android tablet demo: