Earlier, Nvidia kicked their CES 2013 off with a bang through an official announcement of the Tegra 4 quad-core SoC. Vizio will be among the first to release a device with the new hardware platform. While details are pretty limited, we know that the tablet will sport a 10” (2560 x 1600) display with a stock Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS, which is a good thing as the company regularly used older Android version with ugly custom UI. Other specs details include front camera, rear camera, WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, 32GB of onboard storage and various connectivity ports.
Vizio is known in the industry as value brand and although price isn’t revealed yet, the tablet should be relatively affordable. With roughly similar hardware specs, we should be hopeful that Vizio’s Tegra 4 tablet wouldn’t exceed the $399 price tag offered by the Nexus 10 tablet. There are also no details on availability, but sources said that the tablet would be available after Q2 2013. The company will also release a 7” tablet that is aimed to go head-to head with the Nexus 7.