CIM going to relies most featured tablet, called ICD Gemini. Gemini ICD tablet is powered by an nVidia 1GHz Tegra 2 processor. The company were showing us their Tegra 2-based Ultra tablets at CES 2010,and now they have come with details of a new model, the Gemini.
NVIDIA Tegra chipset and now paired with an 11.2-inch touchscreen (using either a resistive or capacitive panel, both of which support multitouch). Android does duty as the OS, and the specs certainly don’t disappoint at first glance: integrated 3G with voice functionality, WiFi b/g/n and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, together with USB peripheral support and twin cameras.
A 2-megapixel fixed-focus camera for video calls, while a 5-megapixel autofocus snapper on the back is intended for photography. There’s also a 5-axis accelerometer, digital compass, GPS, an FM radio and even infrared, while storage is from 4GB+ of onboard flash and an SD slot happy with up to 32GB cards. Other connectivity includes a microUSB port, HDMI, 3.5mm headphones socket (there’s also stereo speakers and a dual-microphone array with noise cancellation) and contacts for dock-charging in the adjustable dock.It runs on Android OS and has ambient light sensor. Dimensions of Gemini CIM 300 × 191×15.6 mm.
Full specs and a comparison to its direct competitors await after the break, though we have find out when this JooJoo killer will be making its arrival and at what price.
Source: slashgear.com, engadget.com