Tegra 3

Acer, Lenovo to launch quad-core Tegra 3 Android tablets early next year

Acer, Lenovo to launch quad-core Tegra 3 Android tablets early next year

Rumors have surfaced that Acer and Lenovo are launching their quad-core Tegra 3 tablets running Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) in the first quarter of 2012. While the companies haven't specified what models they're going to launch, Digitimes suggested that Acer's Iconia Tabs, the upcoming Lenovo tablet, and a future Samsung Galaxy Tab would all be unveiled at CES, or Mobile World Congress next year. The tablets are expected to be priced between $459 and $599, which would put them essentially in direct competition with the iPad.

Asus Transformer Prime available for pre-order at Best Buy now

Asus Transformer Prime available for pre-order at Best Buy now

The next most powerful Android device on earth is now available for pre-order from Best Buy, that being the Asus Transformer Prime, an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor toting 10.1-inch Honeycomb tablet. This device is available for pre order in two forms: one with a gray back, the other with a champagne back. Both models have 32GB of data storage built-in with a microSD card slot to expand by an additional 32GB if you wish. They've also got the official champagne-colored keyboard dock and a mystery portable dock which we must assume is the gray-colored keyboard dock, both up for $149.99 and at pre-order status as well.

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ASUS Transformer Prime gets ICS video tease

ASUS Transformer Prime gets ICS video tease

NVIDIA has tossed a new video up onto YouTube that shows one of the NVIDIA folks walking through a few features of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on the Asus Transformer Prime tablet. You can see the video for yourself at the bottom of this story. The demos are interesting, even if a bit brief. The Transformer Prime packs in the Tegra 3 quad core processor and will be the first tablet to land with that Tegra 3 hiding inside.

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Lenovo LePad K2 Tegra 3 tablet benchmarks look to take on ASUS

Lenovo LePad K2 Tegra 3 tablet benchmarks look to take on ASUS

We're all well aware by now that the first quad-core Android tablet in the world will indeed by the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime, complete with NVIDIA Tegra 3 - but here comes the second, a Lenovo device that this week has appeared in benchmark tests showing its upcoming might. What we've got so far for specifications on this yet to be formally announced device is a 10.1-inch display, NVIDIA Tegra 3 Quad-core processor, and indeed the code-name LePad K2. While this may end up becoming the real release name of the tablet, we'll just have to wait and see, as believe it or not, ASUS still has the only announced and official device out there thus far with Tegra 3 onboard.

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HTC Quattro Tegra 3 tablet pictured & detailed

HTC Quattro Tegra 3 tablet pictured & detailed

HTC's upcoming Tegra 3 based tablet, the HTC Quattro, has been revealed in a leaked official render, complete with hardware spec details ahead of the slate's expected early 2012 release. Fronted by a 10.1-inch 1280 x 768 display, believed to use the same Scribe digital stylus as the existing HTC Flyer and Jetstream, the Quattro will pair 1GB of RAM with its quadcore processor, Pocketnow's sources say, along with Bluetooth 4.0.

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Acer Iconia Tab A700/A701 Full HD Tegra 3 tablet revealed

Acer Iconia Tab A700/A701 Full HD Tegra 3 tablet revealed

Details of an Acer tablet running NVIDIA's Tegra 3 processor with a Full HD resolution display have emerged, hot on the heels of the apparent confirmation of the mid-range Iconia Tab A501/A511. The Acer Iconia Tab A700/A701 was spotted in amongst profile documentation on the company's support site, complete with a pixel-dense 1920 x 1200 WUXGA display and NVIDIA's new quadcore chipset.

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NVIDIA to power world’s first ARM-Based Hybrid Supercomputer

NVIDIA to power world’s first ARM-Based Hybrid Supercomputer

The folks at NVIDIA have today announced that they'll be part of the Barcelona Supercomputing Center's next new hybrid supercomputer, complete with NVIDIA Tegra ARM CPUs and high-performance NVIDIA CUDA GPUs galore. Today's most efficient systems will be outdone in the energy efficiency department by the first large scale systems based on this technology, the first examples being shown off this week in Seattle Washington as the SC11 Conference (at book #235, if you'd like to know.) Fifteen to thirty times less power consumption than current supercomputer architectures on a exascale-level performance machine? Yes please.

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Lenovo ICS Tegra 3 tablet incoming

Lenovo ICS Tegra 3 tablet incoming

Lenovo is reportedly readying an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet for launch by the end of 2011, running Google's new platform on NVIDIA's 1.6GHz Tegra 3 quadcore chipset. The mysterious new 10.1-inch slate offers 2GB of 1,600MHz DDR3 memory, Engadget's tipster claims, along with a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner intended not only for biometric security but also to double as an optical joystick for navigating lengthy webpages and ebooks.

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Acer Tegra 3 Iconia Tab A510/A511 quietly revealed

Acer Tegra 3 Iconia Tab A510/A511 quietly revealed

You never know where you will find the latest details on new products coming from manufacturers we all know. You might find some leaked documents, you might find mentions of unreleased kit in OS updates, and sometimes the code on websites gives away little details. Some code has turned up that points to the Acer A511 tablet and gives a few details about the device.

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ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime spotted in the wild near iPhone 4, DROID RAZR

ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime spotted in the wild near iPhone 4, DROID RAZR

This week we both saw the official announcement of the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime and the NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor that would power it - and today we get a special treat from ZTOP: a hands-on treatment complete with a size comparison to the comparatively hefty iPhone 4 (or the iPhone 4S). What kind of comparison is that, you might ask, why compare a tablet to a smartphone? Because the iPhone was sitting on the guy's desk and he had an ASUS Transformer Prime to take some photos of, that's why. Also behold a couple of videos from the device which show off some new apps as well.

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