Vizio announces first Tegra 4 tablet, 10.1-inch screen with 2560 x 1600 resolution

Vizio announces first Tegra 4 tablet, 10.1-inch screen with 2560 x 1600 resolution

The Nexus 10 thus far has been the go to choice for people looking for the stock Android experience on a 10 inch tablet. With CES blasting off today, there’s a good chance that’s going to change a bit, as we already have a good contender to the venerable device: Vizio’s Tegra 4-packing 10-inch beast. The Verge got their hands on the device and came away impressed not only with the performance, but its crazy lightness. The tablet also features the same fantastic 2560 x 1600 resolution found on the Nexus 10( though it seems to handle it better due to its more powerful processor), as well as 32 GB of on-board storage, running Android 4.2. Check out the source to watch The Verge’s brief hands on with the as-yet-unnamed tablet, and let us know in the comments: What major features are you looking for in a tablet this year?

Source: The Verge

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