Computex 2013 is well under way now and Toshiba has come out to announce that they will have two Tegra 4 powered Android tablets hitting the market next month called the Toshiba eXcite Pro and the Toshiba eXcite Write. When it comes to hardware, both tablets are pretty much identical to each other.
ASUS has announced their next tablet that will be heading our way soon over at the Computex 2013 show which is technically beginning tomorrow but ASUS has decided to make their announcement today. This new tablet is actually quite a beast in terms of specs, not only because it comes with a Tegra-4 quadcore chipset and its partnering 72-core GPU but also because the tablet will be able to stream 4K content to your TV through HDMI.
Earlier this week, Asus put out a teaser video that basically told us to expect the next line of Transformer products at Computex 2012. The video also told us to prepare ourselves for May 31. Well, May 31 is today, and Asus is coming very close to blowing our minds with a device that is half Android and half Windows.
Asus makes some of the best Android tablets around. In addition to their quality, the Transformer tablets also carry pretty decent price tags. If you’re thinking about purchasing the Transformer Prime or even the Transformer Pad 300, you may want to wait until Computex 2012 is over. It’s there that Asus will debut a new addition or additions to the Transformer family.
Back during CES 2012 Toshiba busted out a rather large 13″ Android tablet that, for the most part, was mostly just a concept product at the time. The 13″ Toshiba Excite tablet at the time was the biggest Android tablet until now. ViewSonic has begun teasing a new 22″ Android tablet that will be coming with Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0).
Computex 2011 is currently underway over in Taiwan and one of the little gems of awesomeness that has come out of Computex already is in regards to nVidia showing off some serious eye candy on their upcoming quad-core chipset, codenamed Kal-El. The game is called Glowball and it does, indeed, shine.