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ASUS Transformer Prime may be at your local GameStop this weekend

Of all places, I bet you wouldn't expect to see the highly anticipated ASUS Transformer Prime debuting in your local GameStop this weekend. However, there is a catch - it will be on display and not for sale.This will be a great time to give this tablet a test-drive to make sure it's worth getting for either yourself or as a gift during the holiday season. We can't imagine you'd be disappointed in the least, but it's always best to get a personal hands-on before forking over that much money on anything.

ASUS Transformer Prime Official Hands-on

Who's ready for the Prime? The wait is almost over and today we'll be giving everyone a look at the first quad-core tablet ever -- the ASUS Transformer Prime. We've talked about it plenty but now it's here we finally get to enjoy that quad-core power thanks to the superchip NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor under the hood. It's been seen a few times in the wild and even running Android 4.0 ICS but today we have the actual retail product that you'll all be able to purchase soon. When I say soon I mean December 19th. Yup that is the official date, not the 8th. Head on down past the break for plenty of pictures, videos and more information on that release date.

ASUS Transformer Prime shipping November 28th according to Gamestop

Who wants an uber sleek and lightweight tablet that also packs a punch with that quad-core mobile processor from NVIDIA? I know I do! Apparently Gamestop either knows something we don't or they've made a minor (big) mistake because they've just changed their release date information for the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime tablet from December 9th to November 28th. Yup, as in next Monday -- I'm getting excited already.

Zombie Driver HD coming soon for NVIDIA Tegra 3 devices

I was just shown this amazing looking game coming to Android and I figured I had to share it with all of our readers. I will warn you, there is lots of blood but this game looks fantastic. Available for consoles and PC's the developers behind Zombie Driver are using the extremely powerful graphics inside the NVIDIA Tegra 3 (and Tegra 2) processor to bring this action packed game to Android. If you like awesome games with crazy good graphics and plenty of gore then check out the video after the break.

Android and iOS 1-up Nintendo and Sony on portable gaming revenue

Ask not for whom the bell tolls, it tolls for... Mario? As predicted, revenue from mobile games on the iOS App Store and Android Market are crushing their single-function competition, earning an estimated 58% of United States portable gaming revenue, according to Flurry. Take note: that's not individual app sales, that's total revenue, giving iOS and Android combined a 1.9 billion dollar share of the 3.3 billion dollar gaming pie. The percentage of revenue going to smartphones and tablets has nearly doubled in a single year.
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