Tegra 3

AT&T HTC One X screams through benchmarks

AT&T HTC One X screams through benchmarks

Back at MWC 2012, it was revealed that only the European version of the HTC One X would be privy to NVIDIA’s quad-core Tegra 3 chip, while the American version destined for AT&T would instead be fitted with Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor. Those of you worried that a mere dual-core would be unable to compete with the might of a quad-core need not worry, as benchmarks have been performed on an AT&T HTC One X that made its way into the wild.

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NVIDIA plans Tegra for notebooks and Kepler for Superphones

NVIDIA plans Tegra for notebooks and Kepler for Superphones

It's a world turned upside down here at the tail end of the week for NVIDIA as we get word that word is spreading of Tegra-based notebooks and Kepler-based Superphones in the not-too-distant future. These tips come from two separate notes, one from NVIDIA's CEO Jen-Hsun Huang speaking on Kepler's successful launch, the other from NVIDIA's mobile chief Rene Haas on Tegra's ongoing quest for supremacy. What you'll find is that quotes from the both of them have aspirations beyond what they've already done to conquer the computing and mobile worlds.

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iPad 3rd Gen Hands-on vs Android: Gaming

iPad 3rd Gen Hands-on vs Android: Gaming

The showdown continues: the 2012 Retina Display-bearing iPad faces off against the ASUS Transformer Prime, this time bringing the two gaming-ready giants to the court for their next all-out hardware brawl. What we're doing here is showing how these two prime examples of nicest and newest tablet hardware on the market for each of these two beasts' operating systems, with the iPad running iOS and the Transformer running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich - these tied directly to the power of the units' processors: the A5X from Apple and NVIDIA's Tegra 3 quad-core processor with 4-PLUS-1 technology. Who will be the victor in the gaming space? You'll find that there's no one simple answer to that question rather quickly.

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Google’s Nexus tablet a “done deal” at $149

Google’s Nexus tablet a “done deal” at $149

Eric Schmidt revealed back in December that Google were working on a Nexus tablet, and that they would have it ready to go within six months. After that, rumors swirled that ASUS would be providing the tablet with a quad-core Tegra 3 processor, and that it would come in at just $199. Now, new information suggests that Google has ditched Tegra 3 support, and is aiming to price the tablet even lower.

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SlashGear’s Transformer Prime Quad-Core Pack Giveaway!

SlashGear’s Transformer Prime Quad-Core Pack Giveaway!

It's tablet season here on SlashGear, and what better way to start off Spring than with your very own ASUS Transformer Prime Android tablet with keyboard dock and Powerbag Messenger bag to match? It's NVIDIA, the creators of the Tegra 3 quad-core processor with 4-PLUS-1 technology powering this fabulous tablet that are providing prizes, and two full "Quad Core Packs" are what we've got to give away! Have a peek at our original Transformer Prime review, then see our review of this same excellent tablet with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich installed, then head below and win one for yourself!

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28nm production halt could delay Snapdragon S4 products

28nm production halt could delay Snapdragon S4 products

Qualcomm have so far avoided chasing cores, saying that Nvidia’s Tegra 3 quad-core chip is “overkill”. Instead the company is hoping that the latest version of its Snapdragon chip, the S4 “Krait”, will provide enough performance with just two cores. While development platforms have gone out to various publications and developers for testing, the 28nm chip could be facing production delays, which would have a knock-on effect on phones like the HTC One X and One S.

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LG Optimus 4X HD priced and dated

LG Optimus 4X HD priced and dated

LG only revealed the Optimus 4X HD officially at Mobile World Congress this week, and already the quadcore Tegra 3 smartphone has been priced and dated for the UK. The handset will be priced at £380 ($602) pre-tax and subsidies, according to retailer Clove, and is expected to be in stock come June. However, there's bad news for lovers of glasses-free 3D, with word that the UK won't be getting LG's Optimus 3D Max.

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