It’s a pretty stacked machine for what it is and is being touted as “console quality”.
I’ve always enjoyed gaming on my phone during bus rides and in waiting rooms and what not. I’d be curious to see how well a push to making the tablet format into a gaming medium will turn out.
Android is in my opinion the best platform to choose here, and not only because im a Google fanboy.
The open nature of development environment will give this form factor its best shot,as well as the pairing with Gaikai, a leader in cloud based gaming.
As a gamer I say bring it on, the more options the better.
Here’s some leaked specs on this bad boy (for those of you into that kind of thing):
Screen Size: 10.1-inches
Resolution: 1,280 x 800
Processor/GPU: NVIDIA Tegra 3 T30 (520MHz GPU )1.4GHz quad-core
Memory: 1GB DDR2
Storage: Starts @ 16GB
Camera: 8MP Rear Facing 2MP Front Facing
Battery: Life expentancy around 6 hours of sustained gaming
OS: Android Jelly Bean (4.1)
The unit will ship with its controller add on, which is designed similair to the 360 controller with multiple trigger sets and bumpers, analog sticks and the classic face buttons.
Estimated MSRP: $500