11/14/2011, The Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime may not be the last tablet of the year after all! Lenovo is reportedly cooking up a 10.1″ Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) device powered by NVIDIA’s new Tegra 3 chip. Apparently, Lenovo has chosen to use the faster memory option (DDR3), which would give them a bit more memory bandwidth, which can be an advantageous in situations where apps need to move a […]
11/14/2011, While the first quad-core tablet has yet to hit the streets, it looks like companies have started announcing their interest in joining the party. Today it was discovered that Acer will be releasing an Android tablet packing the quad-core Tegra 3 processor due to a pair of User Agent Profile specifications posted on its official site. The tablet will called the A510 (the 3G variant will be called the A511), […]
11/11/2011, Earlier this week we gave you a preview of the ASUS’ upcoming Transformer Prime tablet, and while we had all the details on the tablet, we didn’t have any photographs or videos of the tablet in action to show. Well, the lucky folks over at ZTOP managed to get their hands on a unit and shared their hands-on experience with the world through a whole bunch of photographs, and even […]
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 nine month in the future, and Tegra 3 is embedded in the most anticipated Android tablet of 2011: the ASUS Transformer Prime, and the rumor mill already mentions an HTC Edge, powered by […]
11/08/2011, We’re all expecting the ASUS Transformer Prime to be officially launched tomorrow ever since Jonney Shih, Chairman of ASUS, announced at AsiaD that November 9th would be the date of its formal announcement. Well, we’re now a day away from the launch and DigiTimes has reported that the launch is going to be postponed until December. The reason for the delay? Apparently they want the tablet to ship with Android […]
11/07/2011, For those of you who are thinking about picking up the upcoming ASUS Transformer Prime, quad-core Android tablet, you might not have to wait too long to pick it up. According to rumors online, the ASUS Transformer Prime is expected to be released just a few weeks after its launch on November 9th. Apparently the company is trying to follow in Apple’s footsteps in terms of tactics, and they want […]
11/04/2011, While the ASUS Transformer Prime is far from being sold at retail outlets, it looks like ASUS (or somebody with access to the tablet) has been doing some benchmark testing with the tablet. While doing a review of the original Eee Pad Transformer using the AnTuTu benchmark app, the writers at Tech2 noticed an interesting entry in the results comparison chart. Right at the very top, miles ahead of the […]
11/03/2011, If you are a device, then going to the FCC would normally mean literally stripping away every single shred of dignity as the folks there are going to inspect you from all angles, probing different ports and even surprising you to find that you had parts inside which you never thought possible. Well, the Asus Transformer Prime tablet that made its way to the FCC late last month, otherwise known […]
10/19/2011, Looking forward to the next generation Transformer tablet from ASUS? Well, you’re in luck because at the AsiaD event today Jonney Shih, Chairman of ASUS, dropped more hints about its upcoming Transformer tablet. The Transformer 2 is said to be an 8.3mm thin tablet with a 10″ display, NVIDIA’s quad-core processor, USB and mini-HDMI ports. And while he didn’t confirm it, it might be running on Ice Cream Sandwich as […]
10/19/2011, Looking forward to ASUS’s Transformer 2 tablet? Well you should, especially considering that the original Transformer did surprisingly well for itself. There is no word on when the device is expected to be launched, although rumors are pointing at a release some time by the end of the year, and it’s starting to look like November could be the month where we will see the ASUS Transformer 2.
09/20/2011, The upcoming Tegra mobile chip from NVIDIA not contain 4 cores, but 5 cores, and NVIDIA has optimized its new chip to excel at high-performance and low power, two goals that are often contradictory. In a paper entitled “Variable SMP –A Multi-Core CPU Architecture for Low Power and High Performance Power and High Performance”, NVIDIA reveals how it has designed a quad-core chip, with a 5th “companion core” to achieve […]
09/13/2011, NVIDIA Developer Program - NVIDIA has announced that it is starting its Windows 8 Developer Program which will include (free?) Windows 8 developer tools for ARM and Intel X86 architectures
09/12/2011, NVIDIA Grey - Codenamed Grey, this new NVIDIA product seems to be targeting the Windows Phone and Windows 8 market.
08/25/2011, Usually cool graphics are synonymous with “action games”. Granted those look great, and we’re big fans, but it is refreshing to see a cool game like Sprinkle which mixes very realistic fluid dynamics with cute cartoon graphics. The player must extinguish fires in a village using a water hose. The twist is that not every part of the village can be sprayed directly, so the player will have to make […]