ASUS Not "Sitting on their hands"; Working On Tegra3 and Intel Tablets Too

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    ASUS is moving quickly to dominate the Android tablet market with their new Eee Pad Transformer, but the tech-giant is not "taking a breather" just yet. In fact, it appears they are ratcheting up their competitive edge, by kicking things into high gear for the future. They are already hard at work on a Quad-Core "Kal-El" nVidia Tegra3 Tablet that will probably also be Android based. Furthermore, they are designing an Intel Atom based solution as well.

    If they can crank these out at an amazing price-point like their current lineup, and Honeycomb can get some refinements at the same time, then their momentum may be enough to topple the iPad sometime next year. Of course, they do need to tackle their supply issues as well... What do you guys think?

    Source: AndroidTablets.net via PhanDroid