It's everywhere. CES, which hasn't even officially started yet, has already given birth to more Tegra 2 phones and tablets than I care to count. So, again, what's so special about this thing?
According to sources who spoke to Digitimes, ASUS subsidiary Pegatron Technology has just received the go-ahead from HTC to build their Android tablet, which is said to be running on one of Nvidia's Tegra 2 chipsets, and will include a touchscreen with 1280 x 720 resolution, 2GB of RAM and 32GB SSD. Wi-Fi, Bluetooth…
If anyone unseats the iPad, the victor might be the one that doesn't try to beat Apple at its own game. We checked out Stream TV's eLocity Android tablet firsthand, and this plucky contender may put up a serious fight.
If I had $80,000 to spend on a car, I would probably go with an Audi A8. And now I have even more reason to want one since they partnered with Nvidia for their dashboard graphics.