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Tuesday, 17 May 2011 13:15

Amazon working on tablets as well

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Coming in 2011
Since tablets are pretty much what everyone is talking about these days it is no wonder that Amazon is looking for a piece of the action as well. The guys at BGR.com managed to score some info from Amazon tipster that there will be at least two tablets bearing Amazon logo this year, both running on Nvidia's Tegra chips.

The specifications aren't very detailed, but BGR managed to confirm that there will be an entry tablet, codenamed "Coyote" that will be based on Nvidia Tegra 2 platform, and a second one, codenamed "Hollywood" based on Nvidia's upcoming Tegra 3 "Kal-El" chip.

Amazon is still keeping all the important info under wraps but we are quite sure that this leak will not be the last one.

More here.

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