Fusion Garage’s latest Grid10 tablet wasn’t exactly well received by critics, but that doesn’t me we don’t want to see the device torn down. Thanks to recently published FCC internal photos of the Grid10 tablet, we now get a look inside Fusion Garage’s successor to the JooJoo.
A look at the Grid10’s main circuit board shows the device’s NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor and Sandisk iNAND flash memory. Also visible are Hynix SDRAM chips. FCC documents also show internal photos of the Grid10’s Ericsson WWAN card, including the card’s Micron, Skyworks and ST Ericsson processors.
It’s too bad that the Grid10 was handicapped by glitchy software and a poor LCD screen – the device does look quite stunning and appears to be elegantly assembled.
Check out the full Grid10 internal photo gallery below.
We haven’t heard much from Fusion Garage since the company launched its first tablet, the JooJoo, back in 2010. But according to FCC filings, Fusion Garage will soon release a new tablet called the Grid10.
FCC filings reveal that the Grid10 will be a 3G tablet with support for GSM/EDGE bands 850 and 1900, as well as WCDMA bands II and V. The device will also have WiFi and Bluetooth capabilities. Judging from the device’s name, we expect that the Grid10 will feature a 10-inch screen, while the “Grid” likely refers to Fusion Garage’s grid-based UI.
No word on pricing or availability, but Fusion Garage has dropped hints about a new tablet in the first half of 2011 on their website. For now, all we can do is breathe a sigh of relief that the company seems to have dropped the JooJoo brand.