Well... An ASUS/Google branded tablet does sound entertaining but for it to compete with the already good Kindle Fire it needs something special. More performance?, certain experience I can't get on the Kindle Fire? Whatever the case, I don't see myself buying one of these in the near future if it can't offer something over the Kindle Fire.
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Obviously, we're going to need a full-scale review when and if this tablet is released. But a quad-core Tegra 3 chip and Ice Cream Sandwich do sound like sufficiently significant improvements over the current version of Kindle Fire to make this tablet interesting....
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