As new details emerge surrounding Amazon’s still-unconfirmed run at the tablet industry, an unnamed source reveals that the popular online retail store plans to release not one, but two tablets. According to PaidContent.org, Amazon’s lower-range model, codenamed “Coyote,” will run on a Tegra 2 chip from NVIDIA, while its higher-range “Hollywood” model will be built on a quad-core, NVIDIA T30 Kal-El processor.
While Amazon has yet to officially announce any moves in the tablet industry, Amazon has already had an impact on the mobile device market. Considering the success of its Kindle reading apps and its own “appstore,” Amazon’s line of tablets may finally challenge Apple and the iPad by being the first company to provide tablet variety.
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