Vizio 10-inch Android Jelly Bean tablet Video
Vizio 10-inch Android Jelly Bean tablet Video Transcript
-Hey, I'm Donald Bell here for cnet.com here with Vizio's 10-inch tablets at CES 2013. Now, there's some cools things we're seeing about this particular 10-inch android tablets. They're one of the first I've seen to run NVIDIA's T4 quad-core processor. So, you're getting very fast process and speed when it comes to images, games, videos. That kind of power is gonna be here in the 10-inch tablet. The other thing that this does that's pretty interesting is that it has a super resolution display, something you kind of expect from a company that makes super high resolution televisions. The display here clocks in at a 2560 X 1600 resolution display. So, you're getting that retina display type, even better than that, pixel density and picture quality. Hopefully, we'll see this sometime soon, but we don't have any information on a release data or pricing, but we know that they actually cooked this up and are capable of making this NVIDIA T4 processor super high resolution 10-inch tablet. The tablet also runs android Jelly Bean. So, if you want the latest and greatest android operating system, you'll have it here. It's an attractive lightweight tablet, although right now we're only working with engineering sample so who's to say how it will look when it actually comes to market. So, there you go. I'm Donald Bell here with Vizio's 10-inch android tablet at CES 2013.
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