ASUS Transformer Prime Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet. We decided to give it a try so check it out below.
Samsung Galaxy S III already but the new reports have me pretty excited. Talk of a 1.5 GHz quad-core processor and 12 megapixel camera to name a few. We've seen some overly outrageous rumors but these sound more reasonable. All that goodness might be coming this April too. Who's excited now?
Casio Commando G'zOne rugged smartphone last year that was able to handle all of the elements, but now they appear to be kicking things up a notch.
dual-core processors within Android smartphones, yet this bit of news makes them less appealing. What's better than 2 cores? Not 4, but 100! ZiiLabs has managed to incorporate 96 "StemCell Media Processing" cores to work alongside the four ARM Cortex A9 cores.
ASUS Transformer Prime is currently the only NVIDIA Tegra 3 device on the market, it wont be for long. We are now hearing rumors suggesting HTC will be quick on the draw to release some quad-core devices of their own.
NVIDIA Tegra 3 tablets to be exact. With 2011 dominated by the Tegra 2 we expect 2012 to be similar. Ahead of the pack comes ASUS with the worlds first quad-core slate, the Eee Pad Transformer Prime. Being similar to many other tablets around can the Prime boost ahead of the pack and make a name for itself, or will it just be another in the flood of Android tablets? With good looks, a fancy radial spun aluminum design and that ultra-powerful processor we think it will hold its own just fine. Read on below for all the details, video, and pictures you can handle.