You've probably been reading all about the Asus Transformer Prime and Tegra 3 quad-core chips for the past month or two at least. Well for those of you who have been drooling over the Transformer Prime and saving up those pennies to get one, the official Asus Transformer Prime page is up and pre-order are also live over at Amazon or Asus.
nVidia has released a new video showcasing Android's latest OS, dubbed Ice Cream Sandwich (or Android 4.0 for those of you who dislike desserts), but instead of having it running on a prototype Tegra 3 quad-core tablet, they are showing it off on a production model of an Asus Transformer Prime.
Over the past 24 hours or so there have been plenty of rumors floating around about upcoming Tegra 3 quad-core tablets that could be heading our way. While the Asus Transformer Prime is official, Lenovo recently got some news time with their apparent Tegra 3 tablet that is coming. Now HTC and Acer are joining the party.
While this is a more of a humorous post than anything, Engadget got wind of the world's largest Android tablet which measures in at 65", runs Honeycomb and runs at 1080p HD resolution. To put this into perspective, the average home flat screen TV is between 42"-50" in size.
Lenovo has apparently had their upcoming Tegra 3 quad-core tablet specs leaked today and so far they are looking pretty serious in terms of power. This new Lenovo tablet will be running the latest version of Android called Ice Cream Sandwich and will be stuffed with a Tegra 3 quad-core chipset.
We knew this day was coming for awhile now and it has been under development for the past couple of months. Now the test drive of selling tablets in GameStop stores and on their site has officially gone live and begins today. The selection isn't that bad either when it comes to choices.
If we were to guess which manufacturer would have the first Kal-El tablet leaked, we would have said Motorola or perhaps Samsung, maybe even LG. What we wouldn't have said was ZTE but apparently that is the case in what has been leaked out of China.
While Honeycomb (and the proceeding 3.2 update) have been around for quite some time, debuting on the tablet seemingly ages ago, here's the full hardware review of what got all of it started and in our hands.
It's been floating around for awhile that GameStop would be getting involved in the mobile gaming scene. In fact we've known this to be true for some time now and with the recent announcement of their iOS device trade-in program, the news today that GameStop is testing an Android-based gaming tablet shouldn't be a surprise.
Gameloft seems to be working on bring more support for their games to more Android devices. Recently they added the Droid X2 to the roster, albeit one game so far, and now it seems as the Galaxy Tab 10.1 has gotten support as well. Unlike other Android devices, this didn't take long at all.
In the world of Android tablets there are a ton of options for you to consider. Everything from powerful single-core tablets to beastly dual-core powerhouses are available for Android gamers to choose from. We have had the pleasure of messing around with one of Samsung's new offerings the past few weeks, the Galaxy 10.1 tablet.