It seems that everyone except Apple has made an Android tablet now. And just one is not enough, manufacturers have gone to great lengths to make multiple versions, and Lenovo is no exception. Clocking in with 3 Android Tablets on the market today, ranging from $229 to $499, Lenovo hopes that the fourth will be the charm.

HTC to Use Nvidia Kal-El Chips in 2012?

by on October 1, 2011 8:47 pm

Could this be the end of HTC’s exclusive use of Qualcomm chips? In a recent interview of HTC’s VP of Marketing with GSMArena, he said there’s actually “no exclusive deal” between HTC and Qualcomm, and when asked what other chips they could use, he said “Nvidia or TI-powered smartphones and tablets are…


The recent Nvidia roadmap leak shows us what Nvidia has in store for late 2011 to late 2012 period. We can see Kal-El in there, a never before seen Kal-El+ (most likely an upgraded version of Kal-El), Wayne (Kal-El’s next-gen successor), and Grey (seemingly a low-end chip). Kal-El+ was to…


According to NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang, the new wave of Android tablets is going to rock the world. Indeed, it’s true! Here’s more. Most recently, he told Reuters Technology Summit in New York last Monday that tablets using Google’s Android platform could overtake Apple Inc’s red-hot iPad within three years…