Grid 10 (lock screen)

The lock screen of the Grid 10 tablet can be opened by signing your signature with your finger.
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Grid 10 (back)

The back of the Grid 10 is covered in a matte, fingerprint-resistant finish and embossed with the product name.
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Grid 10 (side)

On the side of the Grid 10 tablet you'll find the headphone socket, charging dock connector, and microSD memory card slot.
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Grid 10 (home screen)

The Grid 10's home screen is laid out like a map that can be scrolled in any direction.
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Grid 10 (home screen, detail)

In the upper right corner of the home screen is an overview of the layout, allowing you to quickly jump to a preferred section or group of apps.
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Viewing the tablet from the side, you'll notice the Grid 10's tapered edges, measuring 13.9mm at their thickest point. It's not iPad 2 skinny, but it's closer than most.
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Grid 10 (SIM slot)

On the other side of the Grid 10 tablet are a power button and a covered slot for a removable SIM card (optional).
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Grid 4 (home screen)

The Grid 4 is Fusion Garage's companion smartphone, running a similar version of the Grid OS.
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Grid 4 (hand)

Like the Grid 10, the Grid 4 smartphone has no buttons for navigation, and relies entirely on the touch screen.
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Grid 4 (camera)

The Grid 4 features a camera and LED flash on the back.
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Grid 4 (top)

The top of the Grid 4 holds a headphone socket.
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