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Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet will get Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade

Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet will get Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade

In case you've been wondering what happened to Ice Cream Sandwich upgrades to Android-powered tablets, Lenovo has confirmed it will release an update to the ThinkPad Tablet in the second quarter of 2012. Asus's Transformer Prime device has been the only upgraded tablet so far and it's being met with problems, but hopefully those kinks will be worked out before Lenovo steps into the ring.

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Notion Ink Adam II detailed: TI chipset and Ice Cream Sandwich

Notion Ink Adam II detailed: TI chipset and Ice Cream Sandwich

Notion Ink has announced the first details of its second-generation Adam II Android tablet, revealing a partnership with Texas Instruments and plans for using a customized version of Ice Cream Sandwich. The new tablet - seemingly called Adam II, though as far back as mid-2010 Notion Ink was talking about an "Eve" successor to its Adam first-attempt - will use a chip from TI's OMAP44xx range, jumping ship from NVIDIA and the Tegra series in the original tablet.

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ASUS Transformer Prime with Ice Cream Sandwich available today

ASUS Transformer Prime with Ice Cream Sandwich available today

At the NVIDIA press conference during CES 2012 we've been told that NVIDIA's Tegra 3 processor, ASUS, and Google have collaborated to announce it as the world's first Ice Cream Sandwich tablet officially. Though you may well have heard of a few other Ice Cream Sandwich tablets out there thus far, none of them have been licensed by Google to have the Android Market. This also means that not only will ASUS and NVIDIA be pushing this tablet as the best, Google's on board too.

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NVIDIA embraces Ice Cream Sandwich with the Transformer Prime

NVIDIA embraces Ice Cream Sandwich with the Transformer Prime

In a fully green-lit environment on the first full day of CES 2012, NVIDIA's Jen-Hsng Huang outlined their 2012 focus, and all was quad-core. The event began with Huang speaking about how they'd be moving through Tablets, a secret additional feature of Tegra 3, and vehicle integration. As tablets are, as evidence shows, the quickest selling device category in mobile history, so too will NVIDIA continue to concentrate on the category for their hero devices.

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