In another example of WHDI’s (Wireless Home Digital Interface) continued expansion in the marketplace, First International Computer, Inc. (FIC), a world leader in the design and production of electronic devices, unveiled their first Android tablet, Elija, to AMIMON and other attendees at last month’s Computex 2011. The new tablet uses embedded WHDI technology to let users wirelessly view its entire content on their HD TVs, including high definition video, music, photos and even interactive games.
Elija is equipped with a 9.7-inch IPS capacitive multi-touch screen and powered by the i.MX53 processor, Freescale‘s latest implementation of ARM Cortex-A8 core architecture. Running on the Android 2.3 operating system, Gingerbread, with combing FIC Sense user interface, the Elija boasts some serious hardware. For a detailed description, look here.
Says Andy Lo, Director of Sales and Marketing, FIC. “We’re not only making it a portable entertainment device. We’re integrating some enhancing solutions for the enterprise, such as Citrix® XenDesktop, a virtual desktop and mobile application that lets employees work anywhere their job takes them.”
“With AMIMON’s WHDI technology, FIC’s Elija is an expandable solution designed for tablets to leverage today’s outstanding technology and deliver an entirely different experience on the TV,” Lo adds.
We look forward to the release date!