In a press conference this morning Fusion Garage has unveiled their new Grid OS, Grid 4 phone, and Grid 10 tablet. Grid OS is based off Google’s Android OS, but with much customization from Fusion Garage on top. Users can use preexisting apps from the Android Market, new “Grid Store”, or Amazon Appstore. The homescreen is based off a grid design that allows users to create “clusters” of applications that span over an infinite amount of space.

Grid OS is running on the company’s Grid 4, a 4-inch touchscreen smartphone that rocks a 800 x 400 res, front-facing VGA camera, and 5 megapixel camera with LED flash and 720p video recording. The phone will be available for $399 unlocked, and carriers will announced as the time comes closer in Q4.

The Grid 10 is a 10-inch tablet rocking Grid OS, a 1366 x 768 res, Nvidia’s dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2, 3G, Wi-Fi, and a front-facing camera. The 16GB Grid 10 will be available for $499 Wi-Fi only and $599 for Wi-Fi + 3G. Pricing sounds familiar, huh? The Grid 10 will ship September 10th, but in the mean time give it a nice pre-order and take a gander at few accessories. Users who have Fusion Garage’s existing JooJoo tablet will receive a free upgrade.

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