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Video Daily: Nvidia-powered Android tablet in action

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 20 May 2010 1:01 User comments (2)

Video Daily: Nvidia-powered Android tablet in action Engadget managed to do a hands-on with the new Nvidia Tegra 2-powered Android tablet today, and it looks very nice, so far.
The powerful Tegra 2 set has dual-core ARM Cortex A9 processors, a chip that is a full generation ahead of the iPad's A4 chip.

Additionally, the tablet has two USB ports (the iPad has none), 1GB of RAM (iPad has 256MB) and a front-facing camera for video conferencing.

The WSVGA screen is 8.9-inches.

There is still no word on when the tablet will be available, or at what price, but for now, it is fun to look at.

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2 user comments

120.5.2010 11:10

If I was to get a tablet that would be it! But I can't see getting that, its more like I'm going to stick with laptops.... lol Its basically giant smart phone... Y not just a laptop with a keyboard that way you can play all games with out problems I don't see the point of this beyond the a few key media things that might be better with it like movies, or tv shows idk really.... and such idk but if you in to that, thats not a bad device especially since it has usb hook ups... shit everything should have usb hook points by now, everything!!!!

221.5.2010 15:19

Nice but it would be cheaper and better if they would have gone with AMD/ATI instead of NVidia but let me guess they are all part of the same parent company.

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