First Four-Core Tablet on the cards from Motorola
May 30th, 2011 by Dipak Sarda

MOTOROLA LOGO Nvidia Tegra-3

After Xoom, Motorola is now geared up to release another tablet PC this fall, powered by Nvidia Tegra quad-core chip.

The four-core processor was showcased by running a tablet prototype at the Mobile World Congress recently and the first tablets on the new processor were announced for this fall.

Motorola might accomplish another first by launching the first quad-core tablet this fall. It was also the first one to launch a dual-core tablet in “Xoom”.

The processor was designed by Nvidia for gaming and some sources indicate that Motorola might get the tablet in the shelves in September when schools begin again.

Code-named as Kal-El, the Tegra 3 processor provides better and faster graphics compared to the Tegra 2 or the processor used in iPad 2. Nvidia has put all its bets on Android and it expects 10 manufacturers to launch gadgets powered by Tegra 3.

Motorola Xoom was not easy to be sold and Motorola could strike gold if its plans to compete the dual-core iPad 2 get through thanks to the quad-core processor. The naming of the new tablet could be distant from Xoom just to be sure that the poor performance of Xoom has no effect on this one.

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