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I love my NT. Played with the ipad 2 and just felt it was too bulky and hard to read from. The kindle fire had a good feel and I didn't notice a lag in speed but what at really sold me on the NT was the sd card slot. And I'm happy with the mods I've made. All in all, a great buy!
 
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I sampled a series of android tablets before ending up with the NT. Through careful purchasing (and returns) I tried out an unmodified NT first, a Lenovo K1, a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and a Lenovo A1. I bought the final NT and rooted and installed CM7.

I find I like the 7in. form factor much more that the 10in. I miss the cameras, gps and bluetooth. I pretty much got the NT as an interim tablet, to use and play around with until the new stuff comes out later this year. I'm actually looking forward to the Win8 tablets.
 
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So...one of the big reasons that I bought my Nook Tablet was for the RAM. Yeah, the display is better than the Kindle fire, but when it comes down to it, one of the major differences is the RAM and the SD slot. When it comes to the potential for development I figured that those 2 variables would make a big difference...

How many of you did the same thing? Do you feel like it was the right decision? I follow the development thread daily, and it seems promising... Then I look at the kindle fire threads and feel sad.

Sigh...
I wish that someone would port AOKP to the nook tablet because its much better than cm9 in its current state of development.
 
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great joke your dual core device will become quad core

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great joke your dual core device will become quad core

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He's right. Rebellious isnt going to magically make two more cores grow out of the die. Our devices will still be dual core, but they'll have HW video acceleration.
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He's right. Rebellious isnt going to magically make two more cores grow out of the die. Our devices will still be dual core, but they'll have HW video acceleration.
Nope, we have 2 'ducati' cores that are specifically used for graphics and video decoding. Those haven't been utilized (I think) in any ROMs up till now. Ducati cores require their own special 'governor/kernel elements. Rebellos' job is to write these kernel elements and we are sending him a Nook as we speak. So we will have our normal dual core 1ghz processor with the addition of our 2 ducati cores. 2+2=4 4=quad. We've got a quad core tablet on our hands gentlemen.

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great joke your dual core device will become quad core

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See the post above this, little cheeky fire person. When were running our quadcores with our gig of ram you won't be so cocky.

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i bought my kindle fire for the look and feel and after all we have a great android section with lots of ics and cm9 roms and aokp roms plus kernel 3.0 is near perfection.we have hwa,audio,and usb otg working and we can connect flash drive,keyboard,mouse and other usb gadgets with our beloved kindle....thnx God i did'nt buy nook

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Man and through all of this you're stuck with only 8gb of space? I'm running 48gb of space on my nook, and its nice, what do you do when you're off stock kindle and don't have access to amazons cloud services? That must suck.

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great joke your dual core device will become quad core

Sent From my Kindle Fire
Setupetails are Below
Cm7 Barebones+Raven's Kernel
Minimum:300 Higher 1200mhz
Go launcher Ex With MIUI Theme
Games:MC3,Fifa 2012,Real Racing 2,Stick Cricket,Gangster Rio....
Apps:Mx Video Player,JetVid,Titanium Backup,Opera Mobile,Dolphin HD,Adobe Reader
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Ah! and happy reading:
http://omappedia.org/wiki/Ducati_For_Dummies

http://www.arm.com/products/processo.../cortex-m3.php

Key features of the Cortex-M3 core are:

ARMv7-M architecture
Instruction Sets
Thumb (entire)
Thumb-2 (entire)
1-cycle 32-bit hardware multiply, 2-12 cycle 32-bit hardware divide, saturated math support
3-stage pipeline with branch speculation
1 to 240 physical interrupts, plus NMI
12 cycle interrupt latency
Integrated sleep modes
8 region memory protection unit (MPU) (silicon option)
1.25 DMIPS/MHz
90 nm implementation
32 W/MHz
0.12 mm2
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