Inbrics is present on the CES 2010 show in Las Vegas with his MID 1, an impressive Android terminal, equipped with AMOLED touchscreen display as shown in the picture below.
Terminal screen slides to reveal a QWERTY keyboard and the casing lies an ARM Cortex A8 processor, while the MID’s 1 list of specifications includes WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth and 3G/WiMAX. The internal memory is of 16 GB plus microSD slot provided. In the back of the handset is a 3 megapixel camera, while video callings will be made using front VGA camera.
The product of the Inbrics will function as a media controller, allowing you to link home phones with your PC, DVR and HDTV sites and to view content on them with help. A brief overview of this incredible AMOLED display terminal, WiMAX and VoIP support can be seen in the video below:
Source: Slash Gear
“…LAS VEGAS, NV – January 7, 2010 –Inbrics, a leader in media convergence solutions, will today unveil the MID M1 for the first time ever at International CES, 2010. The MID M1 is an Android-powered smartphone with Wi-Fi 802.11 and an AMOLED touch screen that slides to reveal a full QWERTY keyboard. Other features include GPS, Bluetooth, 3G or WiMAX, a 3-megapixel camera on the back, a VGA camera on the front, 16GB of internal memory and a MicroSD card slot.
Using human-centric technologies, Inbrics is driving the commercialization of the open-source Android platform within an entire ecosystem of connected software and devices including the MID M1, PC, IPTV, Server, and media network, leveraging IP-based devices such as: DMB, VoIP / SoIP, and WiBro / WiMax.
“We believe that the future will dictate seamless single device applications for the consumer, which is why we are committed to the media convergence space,” said Bobby Cha, chief marketing officer at Inbrics. “Our goal was to create a more intuitive experience that every consumer could benefit from.”
The Convergence One or “3 Screen Plus” Android platform makes it easy for consumers to access and share their digital photos, music, movies and more from any device in their home and outside wireless networks. …”