Verizon demonstrates LTE streaming 1080p video Tablet

Verizon demonstrates LTE streaming 1080p video Tablet
This week at CES, Verizon is demoing an Nvidia Tegra-powered Ultra Tablet which is capable of viewing 1080p video thanks to the upcoming 4G LTE network. The Tablet utilizes a Motorola 4G modem and is being streamed full HD video using a pre-commercial LTE network set up in Vegas just for CES. This demonstration further shows the benefits of 4G LTE speeds and Verizon's commitment to bringing its customers new technology. By the end of 2010 Verizon is expected to have LTE active in 25-30 markets. The Ultra Tablet was built by IDC, a Seattle based engineering and design firm, which worked with Verizon, Nvidia and Motorola for its completion. There is no word yet if the Tablet will be for sale.

source: Verizon Wireless via Engadget


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