ASUS Plans to Bring 3D Quad-Core Android Tablets to Market This Year

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  1. dgstorm

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    Jerry Shen, CEO of ASUS, indicated recently that he believes that quad-core chips and 3D technology were necessary to be competitive in the tablet market and that his company intends to bring these features to their tablets later this year. Industry speculation is that the quad-core chip they will use will be NVIDIA's 'Kal-El' processor, which our sister-site, DroidForums shared about previously. Shen praised Apple's interface and the ecosystem of their tablets, but he also indicated that the internal processors and display technology of their Android products were superior to Apple. This is pretty cool stuff if ASUS can really deliver on their claims.

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    Sounds like Sony and now ASUS will be releasing a quad-core this year.
     

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