Noah from PhoneDog has classified this HTC Chrome tablet for Verizon on Black Friday rumor as being totally bunk, but the details continue to spill out. Today’s rumor – amongst a flurry of news about Android tablets – says that the Chrome-powered slab will sport a display from N-Trig, an Israeli company that has provided multi-touch displays for HP, Dell, and Lenovo.
The other side of the rumor, which isn’t entirely new, is that the gadget will be called gPad. Yeah, totally original; not derivative in the least. If this thing is real, and does launch on Black Friday, manufactured by HTC, running Chrome OS, powered by a dual-core branded NVIDIA Tegra 2, and it’s called the gPad…I will boycot the whole shebang for the sake of the name, despite my lust for such a device. OK, maybe just for a few seconds, but seriously, that title sucks. Really. Other buzzed specs – which were said to come from within HTC – include 1280×720 resolution, 2 GB of RAM, 32GB SSD, WiFi, Bluetooth, 3G, GPS, and cam.
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