Asus Transformer 2 First to Feature Kal El?

There has been constant speculation about which device will feature the new quad-core processor from Nvidia. The first device was suppose to launch in August although will now be pushed back until possibly early 2012. According to Fudzilla, a group of sources have stated that the quad-core 40nm Tegra processor (Kal El) will be seen in the Asus Transformer 2. Since the first Transformer shipped with the Tegra 2, its only obvious that the next would ship with the Kal El processor. The Transformer is already one of the most unique Android tablets and with the addition of Kal El it will become the most powerful. All I can say is with these more powerful processors coming out, we need to see a decent video editing application and photo editing application. What computer application would you like to see most on your tablet? And would you want a mobilized version or the full computer version? Leave your comments below.

Source: Fudzilla

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Phil Esposito is a 17 year old Android advocate. His reviews and articles have been showcased on multiple technology sites across the web. Besides written reviews, Phil specializes in video production and incorporates videos into his articles whenever he gets the chance.

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  1. Michael P. Odegard
    August 20, 03:31 Reply

    I would like the option to completely migrate to an Android tablet, and not need a Windows laptop anymore.  So would like both, quick and fast lite apps, and also full featured apps.

  2. James
    August 20, 04:46 Reply

    Whats missing, hmm a visio like tool. NFS and SMB capability. Side by side windowing.

  3. Razorclaw
    August 20, 05:15 Reply

    Adobe Lightroom and it should do the same as the pc version.

  4. Cfrudolphy
    August 20, 17:53 Reply

    A mobilized version of microsoft one note. I have tried Mobilenoter and it is not there yet, good start but you have to be able add pages as an absolute minimum.

  5. Antride
    August 23, 04:54 Reply

    Please Mr/Ms Asus tech designer add a mini usb port to the T2 tablet. That feature alone on top of what the current T1 has, would blow away the competition.

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