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.
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ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime product page went live from ASUS and while we already know plenty about this quad-core packing tablet it was good to finally see everything official. Apparently the same product page over in Germany had the entire kernel source code nicely listed right on the download page last night, but has since been taken down.
ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime tablet from December 9th to November 28th. Yup, as in next Monday -- I'm getting excited already.
NVIDIA Tegra 3 -- and that is the ASUS Transformer Prime. This appears to be a production unit but we have a pretty decent and thorough video review for you below, and a good look at the hardware up close and personal.
earlier this week along with a few pictures and leaked specs. Among those was a 10.1" display and as we all expected, the NVIDIA Quad-core Tegra 3 processor. Today a few benchmark results have appeared at the GLBenchmark site calling it the LePad K2 and we've now got a few additional details.
Tegra 3 quad-core tablet to market Acer appears to be taking that a step further going all out with a full HD 1920 x 1200 resolution Tegra 3 Android tablet. The same source code that tipped the new Iconia A510 and 511 have now let us into the world of the Iconia Tab A700 and A701.
ASUS Transformer Prime quad-core tablet then you are in for a treat. It was just made official rocking the new NVIDIA quad-core Tegra 3 processor and we had plenty of press photos, but now we have real live pictures of this beastly tablet in the wild so enjoy the full gallery below.
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.
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.
HTC Edge that leaked this week will be one of the first smartphones to take advantage of the new NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core platform. The Edge should come to market around April of 2012 according to latest leaks but they aren't the only ones aiming for Tegra 3. Samsung, Motorola, and LG have all already committed to T3 after looking at reports by Digitimes.