Sometime earlier this year, Grippity was announced as a media centre keyboard that is see through. Now the creators has revived the concept to be a full fledge transparent keyboard that is now available to be crowd funded through Kickstarter.
A different take on content consumption
Available from USD159 (if you are fast enough), the tablet is powered by Android, and has a 7 inch transparent touchscreen. The way that the tablet is held is how you would hold a Sony PS Vita - lengthwise. Its dual-sided touchscreen gives users a different take on using a tablet. The not-so-pretty looking grip is designed so as it will be comfortable in your hands.
The Grippity also features a infra-red remote control and thumbgrips to help in both controlling devices around the house, and manipulating content/media/games via the said thumbgrips.
Specs of the tablet includes a 800 x 480 pixel 7 inch screen, Android Jelly Bean 4.2 (with KitKat 4.4 in the pipeline), SD card slot, 4GB of internal storage, both WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity – all in a handsome looking package.
Check out their Kickstarter page to find out more about the tablet.
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