That's a pretty sweet upgrade on the screen. That resolution is going to push the Tegra 3 i'd imagine. I'm curious how Tegra 3 will handle gaming at that resolution. Even if it's only Angry Birds and FieldRunner, lol.
That's the problem with these devices...
It seems everyone here is just talking about 'gaming' on them. So manufacturers hold back on higher resolution (which business people with big spreadsheets would like) becuase the game fps will suck and than give the tablet a bad rep.
[citation][nom]svdb[/nom]That's what you get from always wanting newer stuff faster. Now you can't keep up the pace with how fast your new stuff becomes old stuff, and you complain about it. This test about the prime was very good: http://www.anandtech.com/show/5175 [...] e-followup@notsleep: come on, be serious, the ep121 is a PC...[/citation]
A PC from the mid 90s perhaps. I doubt it could even run a 1999 game such as Counterstrike... that would be epic if it would (and yes I know they would need an ARM version of Halflife). Perhaps Valve is listening.....
Pricing starts at $600? Wow, Asus has completely forgotten what made their original tablet so popular.
If I'm in the market for a portable gaming device in the $600 price range I'll buy a f-ing laptop, not a tablet with awkward controls and a limited operating system. This "rehash" only adds insult to injury to their patient customers after they bombed with the launch of the Transformer prime.