Amazon to make tablet PCs featuring the Tegra 2
Andy Ruffell / 6 years ago
Amazon now wants a share of the tablet PC market, much like everyone else and they already have the wheels in motion, with at least two tablets released this year sporting the Amazon Logo. Currently, almost no specification information is available, but we do know that the two tablets being released are codenamed Coyote and Hollywood.
Coyote will be the entry level tablet and will be using the before mentioned Tegra 2 whereas Hollywood will be based on the Tegra 3 (codenamed Kal-El chipset) and of course will be the most expensive. It is rumoured that the tablet maker, Quanta has received a large order for a few thousand tablet PC’s from Amazon. Amazon have also put a cloud server and cloud music system in place and have also opened their own version of the Android Market.
It seems tablets are slowly but surely becoming more popular as of late. This is mainly due to there extensive list of features as well as there overall convenience over other platforms.