The Acer Iconia A510 is coming. We got some hands-on time with it at CES and we were impressed. A 10.1-inch
screen, a Tegra 3 quad-core processor, and Ice Cream Sandwich sounds mighty good, and now you can pre-order one.
Apple made some bold claims about its new A5X chip, claiming it would give a 4x graphical boost over Nvidia's Tegra 3. At the same time, the Tegra 3 is a powerhouse of computational processing. So lets put 'em to the test.
HTC's new flagship phone is an absolute monster. Quad-core 1.5GHz Tegra 3 processor, 4.7" 720p Super LCD2, 8MP f2.0 camera with its own image processor. I got to spend a little time with this thing, and it's the most excited I've been about a phone in a long time.
We generally pass on random phone rumors, but PocketNow seems to have scooped something that sounds awfully tasty. The LG X3 (codename) will supposedly have a Tegra 3 quad-core processor, a 4.7-inch 720p screen, an 8MP camera, and NFC. Um, yum?
The next big version of Windows got a lackluster reception when it first landed on a tablet. It looked and worked great, yeah, but was knocked for a little clunkiness. Now, it's running on superfast phone guts—and it will be great.
By the end of this year you could be playing with a quad-core Android phone courtesy of Fujitsu. We just saw the company's newest prototype. It's fast, but what would you do with all of that power?
I suppose it's not a little ironic that what is easily the best Android tablet yet does not look a little bit like an iPad, but a lot like an iPad, and is being sued for trademark infringement—though not by Apple. If you want to be generous, you could say that Asus's Transformer Prime stands on the shoulders of…
Lenovo is not one to sit around and let Asus have all the super-spec'd tablet fun. Engadget has sniffed out a rumor that they'll be bringing their own quad-core Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) very, very soon. Monster fight!
When Apple's Power Mac G4 came out it was classified as a super computer. It had dual-processors! What would the people of the past have made of this tablet computer, which is the first to have a quad-core processor?
Smartphones with dual-core processors are still a bonus—but what about four of those goddamn things? The alleged Android-y HTC Edge packs that, plus a sizzling Tegra 3 package. That's one spicy processing meatball, if PocketNow is correct.
While we're all waiting to play with tablets running on Nvidia's smokey quad-core wonder, Wireless Goodness got its mitts on photos of the chip in the flesh.
There's a not-so-dirty little secret about NVIDIA's upcoming Tegra 3 platform (which will soon find a home in plenty of mobile devices): the quad-core processor contained within has a fifth core for less intensive tasks.
At last week's Citi Technology Conference, Nvidia showed off their roadmap for their Tegra line of smartphone chips. The takeaway: their "Wayne" and "Grey" chipsets could give them an in with most handset makers by 2013.
Boy Genius Report has sources telling them that two Amazon tablets are on the way this year, in two different sizes and configurations.
Oh, your tablet runs off a Tegra 2 chipset, does it? If word on the Taiwanese street is correct, Asus is working on tablets (note the plural) running on quad-core Tegra 3 processors. We know from previous intel (snicker) handed out by Nvidia that the Tegra 3 chipset (codenamed Kal-El) will have a 12-core GPU and will…
The next Tegra chipset (codename: Kal-El) is still in development, but today we learned that it will feature a quad-core CPU and 12-core GPU that are 5x more powerful than the Tegra 2 innards. It can out 1440p video to a 2550x1600 display as well.