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Reminder: Transformer Prime Quad-core Bundle Giveaway ends Friday

This is a quick shout out, or PSA if you will, for anyone that happened to miss our ASUS Transformer Prime Quad-core Bundle Giveaway we started back on Friday. While some were lining up to get the next iPad hopefully tons of you were sitting at home, riding the bus to work, or whatever else you do while reading Android Community daily and decided to enter into our giveaway. In case you missed it here are some of the details again.

Toshiba AT330 prototype is 13 inches of Ice Cream Sandwich

"Ich will die große, bitte." That's "I want the big one, please," in German, and it's something you might want to learn to say if you like the looks of Toshiba's massive new tablet. The 13.3-inch AT330 is a solid 30% bigger than any mainstream tablet on the market. Yet another Toshiba prototype, it's also running Ice Cream Sandwich with a built-in TV tuner with collapsible antenna. For some reason, Toshiba thought that Germany would preferable to, say, Texas for introducing this beast to a hungry public, and TechFokus got a good look at it at on video. In addition to its size, software and media prowess, it's also running an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor, matching the one found in the earlier 7.7-inch prototype. Unlike that model and the currently on-sale Excite AT200, the AT 330 employs what looks like a more contemporary plastic body accented with metal. The extra space allows the gigantic tablet to accommodate 32GB of storage and a full-sized SD card slot (not MicroSD). It's also got HDMI-out, plus a 5 megapixel rear camera and a 1.3-megapixel front-facing cam. There's no word on what kind of resolution it's got, but based on the video, it looks like a 1920x1200 LCD panel. Check it out in action below: [youtube RLyW2asc460#!] Toshiba says the AT330 is just a prototype for now, and considering the size it's hard to blame them. Of course there's nothing about a 13.3-inch screen that's inherintly wrong, it's just that up to now it's always been in a laptop form factor that's meant to rest on something else. Holding a 10-inch tablet can be tiring after a while (hence the multitude of stands out there) so it's hard to imagine how doing the same would be for something even bigger. Probably a lot like a slightly lighter version of the old tablet PCs, one would think. What say you, readers - what's the upper limit for you? [via 9to5 Google]

Olivetti unveils new OliPad’s with Tegra 3 and 8-inch stylus model

While we don't always report on some of the lesser known manufactures, this Italian computer company has been around for more than 100 years and recently started making Android tablets. Last year they released some not so popular OliPad 100, and 110 models with Honeycomb but in 2012 they appear to be taking things up a notch. Offering competition in the quad-core department and the stylus Galaxy Note markets.

Toshiba 13.3 inch quad-core tablet photos revealed

While we had a blast in Spain during Mobile World Congress and even enjoyed a look at a new 7.7" Toshiba tablet with the NVIDIA Tegra 3 we never managed to see this slate. Over at Pocket-Lint they have just snapped a few photos of a brand new 13.3" prototype Tegra 3 quad-core tablet from Toshiba at a conference in the UK. It's amazingly thin and looks quite beautiful. I'm just not sure what I'd use something that large for.

Sonic the HedgeHog 4: Episode II – Tegra 3 hands-on

Everyone's favorite HedgeHog is back for more action here on Android. SEGA is getting set to release the second installment of Sonic 4 for Android but this time we'll be getting some NVIDIA Tegra 3 action to go along with it. Making the gaming and graphics even better, and we'll be seeing it sometime in April.

HTC One X Hands-On

We've gotten our first glimpse and hands-on experience with the HTC One X here at MWC 2012 and with its 4.7-inch 720p HD Super LCD2 display, brand new stylish chassis, and no less than the NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor with 4-PLUS-1 cores under the hood, this is certainly the hero to beat. This line of devices under the HTC One flag are amongst the first in a very long time from this manufacturer to be working with a non-Qualcomm chip, though as you'll find in the AT&T release of this device - that's not always true. This device runs with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, HTC's own Sense 4.0 over the top, and the whole package is difficult not to be wholly impressed by.

HTC One S headed to T-Mobile, we go hands on

Moments ago HTC announced the brand new 4.3" qHD AMOLED packing HTC One S smartphone and now they've revealed it will be headed to T-Mobile as their first "One" phone. With no changes to the OS we have Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and that beautiful Sense UI 4.0 on board. The One X may be the new flagship device but the HTC One S is probably the best overall package and value, especially for those that don't want a larger screen. Read on below for our full first impressions.

HTC One S announced with 1.5 GHz dual-core, ICS, and just 7.9mm thin

Live in Barcelona at Mobile World Congress HTC has just taken the full wraps off of their first onslaught of Android devices for 2012. We have all the details and the HTC One S, previously rumored as the HTC Ville, is a looker that is for sure. With a similar size as the HTC Sensation the One S looks impressive. Not only that but it will be joining the Sensation on T-Mobile too. The new naming scheme "One" will ensure this is a quality phone and meet that top-tier requirement spec. Read on below for full details of this impressive phone.

HTC One X Revealed and Detailed

The folks at HTC this week are revealing a whole new line of devices under the single hero flag HTC One, the top of this tier being held by the HTC One X. This device works with an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core 1.5GHz processor with NVIDIA's newly re-named 4-PLUS-1 technology in the mix. This device has a 4.7-inch Super LCD2 720 x 1280 pixel resolution display covered with a pane of Gorilla Glass, the entire unit weighs in at just 4.58 ounces, and the thickness of the device is just 9.29 mm.

HTC One Three Pillars of Quality revealed and detailed

This week at Mobile World Congress 2012 HTC has revealed its hero strategy for 2012 as HTC One, a line of premium smartphones with a set of three pillars each that qualify them as a part of their top-tier line. The first of these three tiers is an amazing camera experience - the camera you get with your smartphone is the one camera you need for your life. The second is an amazing multimedia experience, with a great screen and a wonderful audio experience with Beats Audio. The third pillar in the HTC One line is an amazing design and overall experience.
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