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Honeycomb-enriched Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet comes with Tegra 2, plus optional stylus and keyboard booklet.
Looks like T-Mobile and Motorola won’t be the only one having a Honeycomb-powered tablet, at least until July. Apparently, a PowerPoint presentation was leaked this past weekend unveiling the company’s latest contraption — the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet. And it’s all got the juicy power of Honeycomb and NVIDIA Tegra 2. Plus, it’s got a couple more surprises under its sleeve.
The tablet is slated for a July release with a price tag of $499.
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T-Mobile delivers a suave and reliable smartphone under the G2x loaded with multimedia features and then some.
Are you still on your quest to find the perfect smartphone for your needs? Well then maybe your long search has finally come to a halt (until the next best thing comes in a month or two) as T-Mobile presents the G2x phone. A phone that provides a great combination of elegant style and amazing performance thanks to NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 1GHz chip.
Originally branded as the LG Optimus 2X, which was released last year, T-Mobile slapped in their logo for US distribution and added the phone to their G phone series. Now tagged as the T-Mobile G2x, this is the first time the company utilized a non-HTC phone in the G line-up, and already the LG phone is making waves with its incredible and snappy speed that can possibly outperform any other HTC phones in T-Mobile’s arsenal.Read the rest of the article »
From smartphones to 'superphones,' this dual-core powered LG T-Mobile G2x is set to enter the phone arena by storm this spring.
LG’s T-Mobile G2x phone with Google has been officially unveiled and it boasts to be among the first in an uprising ‘superphone segment.’ Armed with a 4G speed on America’s largest 4G network, a 1Ghz dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 CPU, architecture a 4-inch touchscreen display plus preloaded apps, the T-Mobile G2x phone is poised to thunder the smartphone industry with stellar speed and performance. Too bad it only has Android 2.2 Froyo, but the hopes of having it upgraded to Gingerbread or even Honeycomb shouldn’t be singled out. The device is set for a release ‘later this spring.’
Hit the break to check out the preloaded apps once you get the LG T-Mobile phone!Read the rest of the article »
It seems like the hot Honeycomb may only be available to high-end tablets as it makes the grand debut this year.
According to Bobby Cha, managing director of Korean electronics firm Enspert, Google’s new Android Honeycomb tablet OS will require a dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 and perhaps a 1280x720p screen in order to work properly. This poses a problem to several Android OS driven tablets available in the market as they lack the necessary processors. As of the moment, only Nvidia’s Tegra 2 platform is capable to include a Cortex-A9, but manufacturers express optimism that they’ll catch up with the new processor architecture this 2011.
Motorola already gave a teaser that their new line of tablets will include the Honeycomb OS. Even though no statement has been released on its hardware details, we’re pretty much sure they have all the right stuff to run the OS if they’re making a huge deal about their new product.
We can only look forward to CES 2011 this week for more details on the matter. But in the meantime, enjoy the Froyo and Gingerbread OS if you’re tablets are only carrying a single core processor.View Article Source »
Pegatron has supposedly landed a contract to produce an Android tablet for smartphone-maker HTC. So if you are one of the many hopefuls for an HTC Android Tablet, then you might be in luck.
With HTC saying that they will not build a tablet, consumers hopes might be down the drain. However, words on the street has it that Pegatron just received an Android Tablet order from the smartphone manufacturer. It is also reported that the rumored HTC device will pack Nvidia Tegra 2 chipset.
According to Digitimes, the device will house Bluetooth and GPS, 2GB of memory, Wi-Fi, 32GB solid slate storage, multi-touch 1280 x 720 display, Nvidia Tegra 2 and Android. Though no definite price has been mentioned, “market watchers” estimates that it will be tagged around $789.75. There’s no word as to when the release date will be either. So don’t forget to check back for more scoops!View Article Source »
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