At the CES 2010, Foxconn presented a working Tablet based on Nvidia’s Tegra 2 platform. The number of Tablet based on the new platform from Nvidia, Tegra 2, is considerable.
This tablet developed by Foxconn (the company responsible for development of the new Apple iPad) will come with a few advantages against its “rival”. Even though not many details are available, especially from the technical point of view even if the presence of Tegra 2 gives the opportunity to convey flows through an appropriate resolution of 1080p video output and offers an autonomy that can reach up to 16 hours.
One of the things perhaps more significant is the presence of a user interface that displays a search field Bing, and support for Adobe Air Apps for downloading content. Another possible advantage may be the fact that it is also able to run Adobe Flash apps.
The tablet has a rather conventional design, with rounded corners, size and weight in line with expectations, you can’t say it’s unpleasant. In the future more information about this tablet is expected in the weeks to come and will reveal more details about it.
Already we can admit is going to be quite a fight in this new mobile devices niche that Apple created with the introduction of iPad. And we can’t wait to see if it got what it takes to survive in this new market.