Posts tagged Nvidia
Last month we heard that Intel was working on a Honeycomb port to run on their chips, and it looks like Acer will be the first to release a device running that combination as early as June. You would have to figure the rise of ARM More >
At this point it is no secret that Amazon is planning to release their own line of Android tablets sometime this year. Rumors have suggested at least a 7″ and 10″ tablet will be here before the holidays. The latest reports/rumors are coming from PC MAG More >
It seems the blogosphere got itself all in a tizzy yesterday. Comments made by an NVIDIA rep. had us all thinking that first generation Tegra 2 tablets, currently sporting Android 2.2, would not see upgrades to Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) because they would not support it. The support they More >
NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 processor graced a few tablets before hitting the big time with the Motorola XOOM. These tablets such as the eLocity A7, NotionINK Adam, ViewSonic gTablet, and Toshiba Folio 100 were the first to use the 1Ghz dual-core processor. The latest Tegra 2 development platform is More >
NVIDIA has released Tegra Zone, an alternative market for Android applications that take advantage of the dual-core Tegra 2 processor. The Tegra Zone app provides high-quality previews, reviews, and news articles about the games. While these games are optimized for tablets and phones with Terga More >
Dell will begin selling the Dell Streak 7 at T-Mobile on February 2nd. It will be $199.99 on a 2-yr contract, this includes a $50.00 mail in rebate. Off contract pricing will be $450. This isn’t a bad price for the 7″ Android 2.2 tablet featuring a More >
ASUS has announced that they have 4 tablets coming out over the next few months. The tablets range from 7 to 12 inches with pricing from $399-$1099. Here is a break down of each tablet they announced.
1.) Eee Slate EP121: This is a 12.1″ More >
Is the Tegra 2 gaining so much ground that it will be included in the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2? This despite the fact that Samsung is developing its own dual core chip? It is according to Citigroup’s Glen Yeung. He states that Samsung:
“placed a sizeable order with Nvidia
Kno has announced the pricing and launch timeframe for its “textbook replacing” tablets. The single screen tablet will cost $599 while the dual screen model will cost $899. Both should be shipping in limited numbers by the end of the year.
Each screen is 14 inches More >