Grid 10 – a new tablet from Fusion Garage


Fusion Garage is a company that was known some times ago with the JooJoo tablet. The company is attracting some new investments and continue to work. The result of this work was presented earlier this week, it was designed to attract consumers’ attention to new and unusual tablet from the company named “TabCo”. Later, it became clear that it stands behind the Fusion Garage.

The new tablet is called Grid 10 and relies on the Grid OS – operating system based on the core of Android. The device was presented as a tablet with the highest resolution on the market since its 10″ screen with 1366 x 768 pixels. It uses NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core processor @ 1.2GHz , 1.3MP front camera, 16GB internal memory, Bluetooth 2.1 and microSD card slot. It’s very interesting that each of the JooJoo tablet owners will receive Grid 10 for free!

Although Grid OS is based on Android, the platform still is not “a real” Android, so users of the new platform cannot use all apps that’s are on the Market. The good news is that Fusion Garage has provided a virtual machine, with which users can use all software for Android, but will not have direct access to the Android Market. Instead, Grid OS will have its own application store – Grid Shop.


Searching the Internet will be entrusted to the Bing. As you can see in the video, the interface looks really attractive. Grid 10 price is $500 for a model with Wi-Fi capabilities and $600 for a version with 3G. It is now possible to pre-order through Amazon, and sales began on September 15.

Furthermore, here is also another Grid OS device and it is a smartphone. Grid 4 has a 4 inch screen with a resolution of 800×480 pixels and has a dual-core processor Qualcomm MSM8255, 16GB memory and frontal (5MP) and rear (VGA) camera. The price of Grid 4 will be $400 without a contract.

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