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re: Nvidia nabs pair of tablet design wins
eewiz   2/15/2011 4:06:16 AM
The moment Google announced Android 3.0 reference design based on nVidia Tegra 2 platform, they already won. Now everyone will simply adopt the platform because Google has already done most of low level software work and testing. BTW IMO Samsung 10" device is a big mistake. Most people bought the first gen Galaxy Tab because its a 7" device instead of 10". If one had to choose b/w two 10" devices, definitely most people are going to choose iPad.

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re: Nvidia nabs pair of tablet design wins
goafrit   2/15/2011 12:49:24 AM
This is the key part of this evolution of mobile ecosystem. The winner will be the most affordable maker while offering quality machine. Nvidia could offer a great device that has good video quality.

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