Qualcomm declared it is launching a monster of a product to show the organization's new quad-core processor chips.
The hefty 10.1-inch tablet carries an even heftier price
The product is centered around Qualcomm's Snapdragon S4 APQ8064 brand, presenting four asynchronous CPU cores each operating at 1.5GHz.
It also functions Adreno 320 design, a 13-megapixel primary photographic camera, a huge seven microphone, a 10.1-inch WXGA show, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of system storage, and Android 4.0: Ice Cream Sandwich.
Developers get the best toys
Called a Cellular Growth Foundation first and a product second, the quad-core system is mainly targeted at designers.
With designers in thoughts, that allows to describe the high-end functions and even high cost.
Notably, Qualcomm says that it is the first Snapdragon-based Cellular Growth Foundation in product type, or at least the first one that is so freely available.
Distribution of the costly programmer product is being managed by BSQUARE Corp. who is well experienced in providing items straight to designers and middleware providers.
Of course, there's nothing avoiding an over-eager technical lover with $1,300 losing an opening in their wallet from getting in range for one.
However, it probably won't be long before Qualcomm's newest quad-core brand begins displaying up in customer pills at a more consumer-friendly cost, so perseverance can have its own benefits.