January 10, 2010 | by Andrew Kameka
Android sometimes appears on phones, tablets, and media hubs. Sometimes, Android appears on a device that does all of those things and adds a television into the mix just for fun. Korean manufacturer Inbrics is at CES and I stumbled into their booth to discover this communication and entertainment hub that the company sells in Asia. I also saw one of their MID’s that was as equally attractive. Both devices were visually appealing and have special features that make them even more attractive to Android users. Below are two videos highlighting Inbrics offerings.
The Samsung MID comes with a 3.7-inch, 800×480 AMOLED touch screen. It also has a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, 833 Mhz Samsung ARM, Cortex-A8 processor, and runs on Android 1.5; however, the device will likely ship with Android 2.0 this year. Both products are currently being pitched to companies outside of Korea, and would likely ship under a different brand more familiar to Western nations.
Inbrics’ media hub