We do know that Pegatron is one of the more notable device manufacturers whose lifeline greatly depends on other companies to sublet the manufacturing process to them, with Apple being one of their major clients. This time around, benchmark results of a device simply known as the Pegatron E-Tab 4G has surfaced, and it is quite certain that this tablet will not be sold under such a name, so we await the final details on the tablet’s name patiently. Basically, the Pegatron E-Tab 4G did appear in online benchmark results from NenaMark and GLBenchmark, where it will sport a 1.4GHz NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor, in addition to a 1280 x 752 resolution display, the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, as well as the very real possibility of handling 4G mobile broadband connectivity. So far, the E-Tab 4G did seem to perform well in the benchmark tests, but the proof of the pudding lies in its real world performance which we are anxious to get our hands on in due time.
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