Foxconn’s Tegra 2-equipped Android prototype tablet has gone through the paces with the folks over at Engadget, and they have come off pretty impressed with it. While they didn’t manage to catch it boot into standard Android, it was running a 3D football title with aplomb (you can check out the video right after the jump) that ought to be testament of the Tegra 2 chipset’s capability. Underneath the hood, you will find 1GB RAM, a 1GHz ARM Cortex 9 processor, a front-facing camera, and a WSVGA touchscreen display at 8.9″. Assuming the price is right, this could prove to be an alternative gadget purchase for folks who want something cool – now all it needs is built-in Wi-Fi and 3G capability.
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