[CES 2013] Vizio sure isn’t holding back at CES this year. We’ve heard about their first Windows 8 tablet, their 7-inch Tegra 3 tablet and now a 10-incher that runs on a Tegra 4 processor with Android 4.2 at launch.
The new 10-inch tablet is extremely attractive and very light in it’s design. Beyond the impressive Tegra 4 chip that powers it you also get a 10.1-inch display with a resolution of 2560×1600, 32GB of storage, Bluetooth 4.0 and Wi-Fi, as well as front and rear cameras.
Honestly, both somewhat in the looks department and spec-wise, the Vizio 10-inch tablet somewhat reminds us of the Samsung Nexus 10. With the same resolution, the bigger difference here is the Tegra 4. When it comes to high resolution graphics performance, you can probably bet that the difference between this Tegra 4-bearing tablet and the Nexus 10 are night and day.
Still, Nexus 10 is a stock Android experience, while Vizio is a vendor-bloated build– right? Wrong! Both the Windows 8, 7-inch Android and this 10-inch tablet all are touting clean, stock versions of their perspective operating systems. This means no vendor-specific bloatware should be present.
There is quite a bit to be excited about here, but unfortunately we have no clue on how much the tablet will cost or even officially when it is coming. If the Tegra 4 is capable of everything it claims it can do, you can rest assured this is going to be a tablet worth looking out for.
What do you think, interested or not?
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