[Q] Honeycomb Tegra 2 platform question
Ok, so notion ink releases a statement about how their hardware was changed to support Ventana instead of Harmony.
h ttp://notionink.wordpress. com /2011/02/08/in-the-mean-time/
Harmony and Ventana are two Tegra platforms and in September we made few hardware changes to make Adam Ventana compatible. That was done cos we sensed only Ventana devices will be able to run Honeycomb and we were right.
Next I checked nvidias developer website and saw this:
h ttp://developer.nvidia. com /tegra/devkit-ventana
The Tegra 2 "Ventana" development kit is targeted at developers creating software for Android 2.3 "Gingerbread" and above. The development kit is a quasi-tablet design and includes many devices and sensors found in Android based tablets.
So my questions are the following:
Is there any truth to the Honeycomb only running well on Ventana and not Harmony?
Is ventana a specific piece of hardware?
If not, is it just a set of "recommended" hardware features?
Will the current G tablet meet the requirements for ventana development if it is just software/recommended hardware?
I hope I'm not overstepping my bounds with to many questions at once.
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