Grippity Is the World's First Transparent Tablet

New Kickstarter project offers tablet that can be operated on both the front and back of the display.
Grippity is originally the name of a wireless keyboard that can be used to control your media center. The special was that the device also could be operated in addition to the front on the back with the touch.
Now Grippity is back, as a full-blooded Android tablet with touch on both front and back. It writes our site.
As it is clear in the video, so the project is created from the idea to create an ergonomic tablet that can be used throughout an entire workday without the risk of tensions, mouse damage and the like. However, the specifications do not live up to the desired goal.
Mediocre specs
Grippity comes with a semi-transparent 7 “LCD screen with a resolution of 800 X 480 pixels. The device is powered by an ARM Cortex A8 processor with 512 k of RAM and with infrared transmitter as the last model. Tablet has 4 GB internal memory expandable to 32 GB via SD. The device also includes a 2400 mAh battery which in result the company can handle 3 hours of constant use.
At the time of writing, the project has reached the goal of 23,000 dollars well, 199,000 dollars to be obtained at barely a month. It is therefore not certain that the project whatsoever reach production.
About Grippity is something for you should I leave it in the dark, but if you are interested, you can donate your contribution on Kickstarter here.
The company has given the first 500 opportunity to reserve a copy for $ 159. Then it costs 235 dollars to ensure Grippity, which is expected to be ready for sale in October 2014.