Known for their VoIP devices, Korean company Inbrics has announced a new Android MID it will be revealing and demonstrating at CES 2010 come January. The press release states that the product will launch in the US market sometime next year. Full specifications have not yet been disclosed, but some of the current headline features are a landscape slider form factor with a full QWERTY keyboard, 800MHz ARM Cortex A8 processor, AMOLED touchscreen, WiFi, GPS, digital compass, and support for DMB digital TV. There is no mention of 3G connectivity, but Inbrics has mentioned its intentions to offer the device through carriers, making it a possibility in the final product.
Judging by the form factor and known features, I find it hard to see how this new MID would be preferable to a smartphone, especially with the myriad of great choices available. But at the same time, I would like to see exactly what the final product will bring to the table at CES. Inbrics has released a short concept video (below) to spark our interest until then.