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Lenovo IdeaTab S2109 Review

Lenovo IdeaTab S2109 Review

If you're one of the few that is looking for a decent mid-range well rounded Android tablet that also manages to come in the same shape as the iPad, we might have something just for you. Today on the SlashGear test bench is the new Lenovo IdeaTab S2109 Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet. Running on a standard build of Android, but rocking an iPad-like 9.7-inch 1024 x 768 resolution display check out if this tablet is for you after the break.

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OUYA begins talks with NVIDIA and pledges more rewards for investors

OUYA begins talks with NVIDIA and pledges more rewards for investors

This week the Android-based HDTV connected gaming device known as OUYA has blasted past its initial Kickstarter goal straight into the news media's eye for up-and-coming powerhouses in the mobile universe. As such, each time they send out an update as large as what they've just pushed, it's time to pay attention. Today's update includes their first meeting with NVIDIA on how the quad-core Tegra 3 processor plays into this whole fabulous situation.

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Ouya hits $4m while Pandora device creator pans the idea

Ouya hits $4m while Pandora device creator pans the idea

This week the meteoric rise of Kickstarter-started Android device Ouya has been the subject of some massive amounts of attention - today the doubts begin. It's Craig Rothwell, part of the team that created the ill-fated open-source handheld gaming device Pandora. His trip down terror lane with the development and production of both the software and the hardware for said device have allowed him to lend some knowledge today to Pocket Gamer on how hard the team behind Ouya are about to have it, $4 million dollars in funding or not.

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HTC Vertex HD tablet uncovered with quad-core Tegra 3

HTC Vertex HD tablet uncovered with quad-core Tegra 3

This week a lovely new HTC tablet has shown its guts, so to speak, as two separate benchmark tests have had results pop up on the web with its name: HTC Vertex. This device was tipped earlier this week as a replacement for HTC's current tablet line with the HTC Jetstream and HTC Flyer and is being shown today as having both Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor onboard. This device also appears to be working with a 10.1-inch display with HD resolution at WXGA 1280 x 800 pixels.

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NVIDIA reportedly bringing Kai strategy to phones

NVIDIA reportedly bringing Kai strategy to phones

Before the Nexus 7 was official announced, NVIDIA hinted that low cost tablets featuring its quad-core Tegra processor were on the horizon thanks to its “Kai” strategy. That would pair the silicon with low-cost internals to drive down the price to an affordable $199. Could the same strategy be applied to smartphones? MyDrivers seems to think so, with the site saying NVIDIA is working with a Chinese OEM to bring a low-cost smartphone with Tegra 3 to the market.

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Dead Trigger THD zombie-killing Android FPS hands-on

Dead Trigger THD zombie-killing Android FPS hands-on

In the following hands-on blood-spewing experience with this next-generation first person shooter from the same folks that brought you Shadowgun, you'll see zombies. You'll see so many zombies that your head will explode. We'll be showing off this game Dead Trigger THD, developed by Madfinger Games in collaboration with NVIDIA for their Tegra 3 quad-core processor, on the newest device to utilize that architecture, the Google Nexus 7 tablet.

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How is the Nexus 7 so cheap?

How is the Nexus 7 so cheap?

Google's Nexus 7 didn't come as a great surprise when it launched at IO 2012 yesterday, but the $199 price tag still raised some eyebrows in astonishment. At under half the price of a new iPad, it's competitive - though very different - to Apple's slate, but it also undercuts a fair number of other Android tablets too. You can't even accuse Google of milking international buyers to make up the difference, as prices outside of the US are, surprisingly, very reasonable too. The Nexus 7 will sell from £159 in the UK, for instance, versus expectations of around £250. So, how has Google (and hardware partner ASUS) managed to make the Nexus 7 so cheap?

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Google Nexus 7 Review

Google Nexus 7 Review

This week the folks at Google have revealed a device manufactured by ASUS and made for the media-consuming public: the Nexus 7. This tablet is the first of its kind in several ways. First in its value proposition: an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor inside a tablet with a price that up until now has been reserved only for devices with much, much less to offer. Second, the Nexus 7 represents Google's first attempt at a tablet for their Nexus series. Third, it's the first tablet to be working with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.

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Google Nexus 7 hands-on

Google Nexus 7 hands-on

This week at Google I/0 2012 we've gotten the opportunity to take a bit of time to get some hands-on time with the brand new ASUS Nexus 7 tablet by Google. This device has been given out as a part of the free Developer Pack delivered to all attendees at the I/O 2012 conference, and it's quite the powerhouse. This device is made to be handheld, has a soft back so you've got fully comfortable experience, and the whole shebang is made to show off not only the newest bits of Google Play, but Android 4.1 Jelly Bean as well.

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