Rumors began swirling about an NVIDIA branded tablet at CES back in January, but nothing solid had been released. The folks at Engadget have managed to lay their hands on one of these Android powered prototypes and got to take it for a spin.
The Tegra-2 powered tablet is manufactured by Foxconn and sports an 8.9" WSVGA screen, a 1ghz ARM Cortex 9 CPU, and 1GB of RAM. It also features a front facing camera. The tablet was not seen booting into standard Android's full UI, it was only used running a 3D football title to show off the graphics punch this tablet has to offer. I guess the only question besides price and release date is the age old one: "Will it run Crysis?"
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