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Quad Core Tablets Coming From Lenovo, Acer, HTC

November 14, 2011 at 8:52 pm

Lenovo Tablet

The next generation of mobile devices carrying NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 quad core processor are starting to take their share of the news cycle these days.  With the Transformer Prime debuting as the world’s first quad core tablet, other companies are hopping on the bandwagon to compete for your cash with their own offerings.  3 big names in tech are slated to drop their own quad core tablets in the coming months, Lenovo, Acer and HTC.

Lenovo:

The first tablet we have is the Lenovo 10.1″ device, which has no name at present.  This device was uncovered by Engadget, and will be coming with Ice Cream Sandwich.  Other details include 2GB of RAM (about time!) 10.1″ display, Tegra 3 1.6GHz quad core processor.  Other details, like price and availability, remain sketchy at this point.  It is rumored that this device could launch before year’s end, though.

HTC:

HTC has had a couple of leaked devices in the news recently.  2 quad core smart phones, the Edge and Ville, have been making the rounds with some very impressive specs.  Now industry watch site Digitimes has piped up with some info about a quad core tablet from HTC, that will be one of 3 devices to premiere at MWC in Barcelona.  That event takes place in February.  As for detailed specs, those remain under wraps.

Acer:

The company behind the Acer Iconia A500 and A100 are following up those mildly successful devices with quad core offerings of the same line.  Accoring to NotebookItalia, Acer will reportedly launch the Iconia A510 and A511 early next year.  Those devices will look much like the A500, with the same aluminum backs and sturdy build.  The A510 will be the wifi version, while the A511 will feature a 3G connection.

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