TriGem introduces 10.1-inch Tegra 2 tablet
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Nvidia’s Tegra 2 is gaining additional support, this time from Korean computer manufacturer TriGem.
Called the “Tabit,” TriGem announced its 10.1-inch tablet earlier today, according to AkihabaraNews. The Tabit will come preloaded with a number of dictionaries and access to over 2 million e-books, of which 1500 are free of charge. This focus on e-books and dictionaries could mean TriGem may market the tablet less of an entertainment device as more as a digital reader.
On the hardware side, the tablet will sport the now popular Tegra 2 dual-core APU, Android 2.2, 1024x600 resolution screen, HDMI, and microSD slot. Internal SSD capacity is currently not known.
Additional information such as prices and release dates for the Tabit has not been announced. Hopefully this one will make its way overseas to the U.S.