Nvidia debuts Tegra 3 based Kai platform for tablets below $200
Review Editor - Details here
News Editor - Details here
Russian Translator - Details here
NVIDIA has recently started wooing tablet makers with the new platform for the Tegra-3-based tablet running Android Ice Cream Sandwich that is expected to be priced as $199. Apart from that Windows 8 which is expected to be released soon.
However apart from that Nvidia has introduced an Android-based tablet platform code name Kai at its annual stockholders meeting held during the GPU Technology Conference. Rob Csonger, Vice-President of investor relations has walked investors through the companies plan for using the Tegra 3 processor to deliver a quad core tablet at a low price which also matches the Amazon Kindle Fire’s price tag.
He mentioned that their last years tablet strategy was one of the areas where they wanted to go a bit differently. Although it took a bit long for them to create some tablet for low price but they seem to have come across such a device.
Earlier they have introduced the particular third generation Tegra processor with the ASUS in the Eee Pad Transformer Prime tablets for about the price if $499. He also added that with $199 they might be able to perform more than the Device that the Kindle Fire Nvidia in the direction of pricing that would be more attractive.
With the development of the Kia they have managed to develop a tablet at a much lower cost by using a lot of innovation. They have also been successful in making a tablet at a much lower cost by using a lot of innovations that they have developed. To reduce the power that powers the display as well as lower cost components inside the tablet.
Csonger is also very much excited about the possibilities for the Tegra 3 based tablets which will support the Windows 8. So this tablet might also be in the news as the Kindle Fire after getting a strong response from the customers.