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NVIDIA may have just announced its newest mobile processor, but doesn’t mean its current generation is going away anytime soon. Today, about four months late, Hewlett Packard announced its rebranded
Android hybrid tablet/laptops are so 2013 according to HP, which just announced its new Android-powered HP Slate21 Pro AiO. Unlike the AiO desktop PCs that dual-boot Windows and Android, this one
If you own a Tegra Note 7 device, you should be seeing an update soon – if you haven’t already. NVIDIA announced earlier this week that it was releasing an
Just last month, we heard that HP is working on a tablet that will feature the new Tegra 4 processor and will be known as the HP Slate 8 Pro.
NVIDIA has officially introduced its Tegra 4-powered reference tablet platform, pulling back the curtain on the Tegra Note. Priced as low as $199, the reference design will lead to new
In 2013, HP announced a lot of Android powered devices, like the Slate 21 and the Slatebook x2, and now it seems they are planning to launch the successor of
Remember the ZTE U988S we showed you a few days ago, the device rumored to be the first ever Tegra 4 smartphone? Today, it is officially confirmed that it will
ASUS formally announced on Monday that it will soon begin offering the NVIDIA Tegra 4-powered Transformer Pad Infinity. Indeed, the quad-core tablet/notebook hybrid will be among the most powerful devices on
NVIDIA and ZTE last night announced that the Chinese handset maker would be first to offer a smartphone employing the new quad-core processor. Due in the first half of the year, the
NVIDIA has put together a lengthy blog post to detail all the fun and excitement (and stress) that went into creating the new Project SHIELD. We didn’t realize this at
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
Don’t look now, but NVIDIAis back with another new processor for you mobile enthusiasts. Before you start talking about how you don’t need more cores or that the average users