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Splashtop Remote Desktop HD optimized for Tegra 3

12/19/2011, If you’re planning to pick up a Tegra 3-powered tablet (i.e. the ASUS Transformer Prime) in the future, Splashtop Remote Desktop HD is an app you might want to pick up. Splashtop Inc. announced today that its desktop cross-device computing software,...

NVIDIA, Qualcomm,TI to supply ARM processors for Windows 8 tablets?

12/06/2011, Microsoft’s Windows 8 platform is expected to be both a desktop software and a mobile platform for tablet as well, and if Digitimes’ latest piece of rumor is to be believed, it seems that we can expect a variety of Windows 8 tablets that run on a...

ASUS Padfone to come shipped with NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 instead

12/05/2011, Some time back in November, we reported that ASUS’s Padfone was spotted on GLBenchmarks with a Qualcomm MSM8960 processor. As it turns out that may not be the case according to Nicole Scott from netbooknews.com who claims to have it on good authority...

iBuyPower’s Gamer Paladin HS11 is an affordable gaming rig

12/02/2011, If you’re looking for a somewhat affordable gaming system, iBuyPower may have the solution for you in the form of their new Gamer Paladin HS11, a gaming rig that the company is touting as a “solid entry level rig at a great value” which you can...

NVIDIA Tegra 3 benchmarks shows off speed

12/01/2011, Apple has their A5 processor that is pretty speedy and decent in what it does, but that does not mean the others in the industry are not going to up the ante and come up with something zippy as well. One of the first few competitive benchmarks of the...

Battlefield 3 crash bug with overclocked NVIDIA video card solution

12/01/2011, If you are one of those Battlefield 3 players who are just not happy enough with a stock solution and want to put your tinkering hand into action simply because you can, and want to see improvement in anything and everything whenever possible, surely the...

Mystery Chinese tablet spotted running on Android 4.0

12/01/2011, At the moment the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is the only device in the world to officially have Android’s Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 on board. There are a ton of other devices that are scheduled to receive the update, tablets included, but it appears that this...

Acer and Lenovo to debut quad-core tablets in 2012

11/29/2011, With ASUS launching the first quad-core Android tablet this year and HTC’s plan to focus on quad-core devices next year, we guess we can’t say that we’re too surprised to learn that both Acer and Lenovo are looking to get on board the quad-core...

Lenovo LePad K2 NVIDIA Tegra 3 tablet gets benchmarked

11/18/2011, A few days ago we reported that Lenovo had plans to launch a 10.1” NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core tablet (dubbed the Lenovo LePad K2) and its specifications were a bit of a mystery back then, but thanks to a recent benchmark test that Lenovo conducted on GL...

Acer Iconia Tab A700/A701 quad-core tablet leaked

11/17/2011, We know that Acer has plans to launch an NVIDIA Tegra-3 quad-core tablet with the Acer Iconia Tab A510/A511, but it seems that they have no plans to stop there. A profile posted on Acer’s servers revealed that Acer has plans for another quad-core tablet...

NVIDIA Quad SLI with Intel X79 Chipset

11/14/2011, NVIDIA is taking advantage of the new Intel X79 chipset to provide what the company calls a “significantly” faster SLI* experience. With X79, 3-way SLI is up to 29% faster (according to NVIDIA) but gamers who can afford it can now get a...

NVIDIA Tegra 3

11/09/2011, NVIDIA showed us a Tegra 3 early silicon during Mobile World Congress 2011. Back then, it was codenamed “Kal-El” (the real name of Superman) and the demonstration we saw was hinting to cool products by “late 2011″. Fast forward...