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NVIDIA TegraZone FINAL Anniversary Reminder – Tegra 3 explodes!

NVIDIA TegraZone FINAL Anniversary Reminder – Tegra 3 explodes!

Welcome to our third and final reminder that the first anniversary of the NVIDIA TegraZone is this month! NVIDIA is showing off their wares this month with a big display of games and a release of a brand new Sonic the Hedgehog episode as well. Have a peek at our review of the latest NVIDIA Tegra 3 tablet to hit our review bench, the ASUS Transformer Pad TF300, and head below to continue on with the fun!

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NVIDIA shows massive Tegra 3 launch growth

NVIDIA shows massive Tegra 3 launch growth

In an investor call this week with NVIDIA we're finding that there are more than a few surprises to be found in the mobile world - Android, gaming, Icera for LTE, and Tegra 3 included. NVIDIA Grey announced with Tegra 3 and Icera i500 chips combining in the next year to create devices that not only work with great processing speed, but amazing data speed as well with 4G LTE. NVIDIA let it be known that units being sold in the millions in 2012 was less than 200m, with 2013 already hitting 300m, then twice that again by 2015.

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NVIDIA: 30 Tegra 3 smartphones coming in 2012

NVIDIA: 30 Tegra 3 smartphones coming in 2012

This week NVIDIA has brought forth the fury with an almost offhand mention of the fact that they've got plans for 28 more Tegra 3 quad-core smartphones for the year 2012. This adds to the two already announced Tegra 3 smartphones including the HTC One X which we've got a full review of as well as a hands-on with the other, that being the LG Optimus 4X. New devices will likely start popping up near the end of the year with 4G LTE capabilities as well via the Icera 410 for AT&T also announced this morning.

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NVIDIA hits AT&T 4G LTE with Icera 410

NVIDIA hits AT&T 4G LTE with Icera 410

This morning the folks at NVIDIA have announced their first trip into the world of AT&T 4G LTE with the Icera 410 LTE mulimode data modem chipset for tablets and clamshell devices. This chipset paves the way for NVIDIA to be working on the 4G LTE network AT&T offers in the very near future and through the future as well with Tegra-powered devices galore. The qualification tests this chipset has just gone through will allow product manufacturers from all corners of the market to quickly and easily get set up with 4G LTE and will set NVIDIA up for big wins in the connected AT&T smart device market for some time to come.

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NVIDIA TegraZone Anniversary Reminder – Celebrate with Sonic!

NVIDIA TegraZone Anniversary Reminder – Celebrate with Sonic!

It's time to keep on rolling out on the NVIDIA train as the one year anniversary of the gaming hub known as TegraZone continues! This week it's time to celebrate with no less than a whole new Sonic the Hedgehog game and an Anniversary Game Pack for you and yours as well! As NVIDIA celebrates the first full year of providing awesome Tegra-tuned games to the public, so too should you join us for a game of Sonic 4: Episode II and a few bonuses along the way as well - TF300 tablet with the Tegra 3 inside, here we come!

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Sonic 4 Episode II THD hands-on with Tegra 3

Sonic 4 Episode II THD hands-on with Tegra 3

This next-generation console-level mobile game takes everything that keeps one of the most famous game franchises alive even to today and makes it mobile as SEGA collaborates with NVIDIA on the Tegra 3 quad-core processor platform. What you'll see here is what NVIDIA notes is a "near mirror-image" of the full PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of the game, here on Android for you Tegra 3 loving gamers to enjoy. Have a peek at this game as it launches today on the NVIDIA TegraZone as well as the Google Play app store - classic SEGA action at your fingertips!

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SlashGear’s NVIDIA TegraZone Anniversary Game Pack Giveaway!

SlashGear’s NVIDIA TegraZone Anniversary Game Pack Giveaway!

Over the next three weeks we're working with NVIDIA and ASUS to celebrate the first full year of the NVIDIA TegraZone with no less than three game packs that you can grab for yourself! Inside each of these game packs you'll find an ASUS Transformer Pad TF300, a TF300 keyboard dock, a Logitech game controller, and a Jawbone Jambox Speaker - all of this bringing you a setup that offers up "console quality gaming" on the go! Starting today and running through the 31st of May, you've got one chance to win each week for a total of three game packs right here on SlashGear - Transformer TF300 tablets galore!

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SlashGear’s Dark Meadow Quad-core Game Pack Giveaway

SlashGear’s Dark Meadow Quad-core Game Pack Giveaway

Today we've got a brand new giveaway of a Game Pack including an ASUS Transformer Prime quad-core Android tablet in celebration of NVIDIA's newest Tegra Zone game "Dark Meadow: The Pact." This game is developed by Phosphor Studios and optimized for the Tegra 3 processor gaming environment in collaboration with NVIDIA, and its release this week (for free!) is being celebrated by SlashGear and Android Community with gear that you will not want to miss. We've also got a hands-on review of this game in its first form for you to peek at before you go through with the full download on your brand new tablet - check it out!

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Dark Meadow: The Pact THD for Android Review

Dark Meadow: The Pact THD for Android Review

It's time once again to get hardcore with some next-level mobile gaming thanks to NVIDIA's Tegra Zone and their initiative to bring developers like Phosphor Studios into the optimized-for-Tegra world of gaming. What happens with games like these is that a developer group will meet up with NVIDIA and shake hands saying yes, we've got an awesome game and yes, we want to work with you to optimize gameplay for the Tegra line of processors for Android. Dark Meadow comes out this week for Android for free with no cost to you to play the whole game through.

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ASUS Transformer Pad TF300 vs Prime Hands-on

ASUS Transformer Pad TF300 vs Prime Hands-on

We've had enough time now with the ASUS Transformer Pad TF300 that it's finally time to put it to the test - a hardware-to-hardware comparison with its predecessor the Transformer Prime. What you're going to see is that the first-ever tablet with an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor as well as the first ever tablet with officially licensed Ice Cream Sandwich is so extremely similar to the TF300 that it's difficult to tell the two apart. It's the cost of the units then that might be the sway point for most potential users - could it all be so simple?

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