Monday, December 5, 2011
What's more, it won't be powered by a Qualcomm Krait S4 as suggested by that strange GLBenchmark we saw earlier -- it will in fact sport a Tegra 3, just like its highly capable big bro the Transformer Prime. See? That's the kind of juicy reward our podcast listeners get for tuning in each week. Just as we were settling down to another calm and banterful Engadget Mobile Podcast, our special guest had to go and throw us some hard news. Yup, and rather than making you sit through the entire two-hour recording (pleasant as that would be), we're just going to come right out with it: Nicole Scott from netbooknews.com has it on good authority that the Asus Padfone will be coming out at MWC 2012 in February.
The HTC Flyer has been preordered for months now; however best buy has made is possible for a commoner to buy or purchase the HTC Flyer. They can order the HTC now and join the bandwagon with their counterparts in Europe who have been doing it for months on end now. The HTC Flyer is cost at just $499 and best buy is the sole seller. It should be remembered that the Flyer is WiFi and the manufacturer’s first tablet and the display is a whooping 7 inches (1024×600) with aluminum body, the chip is 1.5Hz Qualcomm. Further it was designed with slates in picture. It will be accompanied by Android 2.3(Gingerbread) when it is shipped, though HTC is promising an upgrade 3.0 (Honeycomb) in the near future.
The latest breaking news; however, is that best buy has now become official about the whole thing and 25th of April 2011 has been declared as the launching date of the sale of HTC Flyer at $499. One will be able to purchase online; Android 2.3(Gingerbread) preloaded. However, it will be in stores by May 9th and it has storage of 16GB, with a card slot of microSD.
Cotto vs. Margarito 2 can be seen tonight on HBO PPV.
Continue to check back here throughout the fight for round-by-round results and reaction as the match wears on.
n what promises to be an exciting and high-stakes fight, Miguel Cotto will defend his WBA (Super) Light Middleweight title against Antonio Margarito in a rematch from their epic meeting two and a half years ago.
Margarito came out on top in that instance thanks to an 11th-round knockout. Cotto dominated the early stages of that fight, but Margarito came back with reckless abandon and handed the previously-undefeated Cotto his first career loss.
Cotto has since rebounded nicely and will certainly be out to prove that he is capable of defeating Margarito. Cotto figures to be aggressive so as not to blow a big lead like last time, and Margarito almost always puts on a great show for the fans.
This particular fight hasn't been quite as hyped as Manny Pacquiao vs. Juan Manuel Marquez III, but there is a high probability that it will be equally, if not more entertaining than that bout was.