Fusion Garage Grid 10 update coming soon
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The Fusion Garage will be getting an update within the next four weeks according to a post on the company's blog. Though nothing is said about what the update will be off, and the company acknowledges that the reviews on the software of the tablets weren’t like what they expected. Their goal was to ship out the review units and offer a software update once they arrived but to get the software in the shape it's taking much longer as they had planned.
The Fusion Garage Grid 10 tablets are 10inch tab which is powered by an unusual operating system called the GridOS. As the software is based on Android, this platform is also capable of running various Android applications. Its display supports 1366 x 768pixels of resolution and is equipped with a 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual core processor along with a 512MB RAM. For Storage this model even has a 16GB drive. This model sells in the market for around $299 and up.
But unfortunately a lot of problems were cited in the software and the early reviews of the device say that the tablet feels as slower than most Android tablets, the web browser is also buggy and the battery life is also poor.
So we may guess that this update may bring better software for the tab. All the problems may be removed in the update however nothing has been said about it.
Fusion Garage also has been waiting for Adobe Flash certification, so this update might be adding support for the Flash applications for android.
Whatever be the update related to, but we may hope that this update will bring an end to all the problems it is related to the software.