Verizon, NVIDIA show off the ICD Vega

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Looks like tablets are really getting popular at the start of the decade – mainly because of the Apple rumours. Now, another company we have never heard of has decided to launch their own tablet. Called the Vega by ICD, it is a 15-inch touchscreen table that will have a T-Mobile UK SIM card inside so you can connect to their 3G network. It will also have Wi-Fi connectivity.

The Vega tablet features a NVIDIA Tegra 250 mobile web processor for “uncompromised Internet browsing” and 1080p video playback even if it is undocked from the base. It will also have a 32GB internal SD card with a microSD card slot, a 1.3 megapixel camera, 512MB of RAM, Bluetooth, FM radio, an accelerometer, dual digital microphones and a 3.5mm audio jack.

The device is being showed off by NVIDIA and is operating on the LTE network provided by Verizon Wireless. Yes, that’s right. LTE. That’s better than 3G – because its supposed to be better since its a 4G technology.

No word on pricing and availability. Gallery is below.