Saturday, May 26, 2012

Quad-core Android Tablets aimed for Nvidias Kai

Recently, the CES 2012 was held where both Asus and Nvidia showcased a Quad-core Tegra 3 Android Tablet which was given a name MeMo 370T priced at $249. Rumors were rife that the release of this Tablet was terminated. It was also being said that the Tablet will be launched into the market under the name of Google Nexus Tablet. Nvidia has launched the Tablet under the name Kai and the response on the Tablet has been good so far.

The range of Quad-core Android Tablets about to be launched will be taking Nvidias Kai and these have been priced at $199. The strategy behind Kai is such that it gives an idea about the processing of Tegra 3 and helps in setting them in pairs with low-cost components which might better the performance of the Tablet. Adding this feature to the Tablets will help in saving a lot of power that is usually lost from Tablets because of their high-resolution display. Finally what we have in front of us is a Tablet running totally on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The demand for Kai is increasing as more and more tech-freak are getting to know about the features of the Tablet.


Via: Quad-core Android Tablets aimed for Nvidias Kai


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