Verizon Wireless and Nvidia announced today they will be demonstarating a full 1080p HD Internet experience on a new touchscreen tablet. The demonstration is of the NVIDIA Tegra-powered Ultra tablet designed by Innovative Converged Devices (ICD) and features the ultra-broad bandwidth of a Motorola 4G wireless modem while operating over Verizon Wireless’ LTE network. The companies claim NVIDIA Tegra mobile processors enable an “uncompromised full HD web experience,” such as streaming YouTube HD, for hours on a single charge.
Here are some main features and facts from Verizon and Nvidia:
- NVIDIA Tegra mobile processors enable an uncompromised full HD web experience, such as streaming YouTube HD, for hours on a single charge.
- Verizon Wireless has announced plans to build a 4G LTE network in the United States, with 25 to 30 markets rolling out in 2010. The LTE network will be able to support high-quality, high definition web experiences.
- Motorola provides the 4G wireless modem and data card to deliver visually rich HD content that consumers expect, away from home and hot-spots.
- ICD, a Seattle-based engineering and design firm, built the Ultra tablet, working in conjunction with NVIDIA, Verizon and Motorola.
- 5G is coming — here’s what to expect, and when to expect it on your carrier
- Which Verizon plan is best for you? We check out family, individual, and prepaid
- Lenovo’s Mirage Solo headset and VR camera are available for pre-order
- These 19 companies will offer 5G devices by 2019. Where’s Apple?
- Interesed in Verizon Fios? Here’s everything you need to know