Trying to stoke a weak Android tablet market, Nvidia (NVDA) has introduced a reference platform...

|By:, SA News Editor

Trying to stoke a weak Android tablet market, Nvidia (NVDA) has introduced a reference platform called Kai, which it boasts can enable $199 tablets running on its quad-core Tegra 3 chips. Interestingly, it was reported in March that Google (GOOG) has decided not to use the Tegra 3 in its upcoming Nexus tablet out of a desire to bring the tablet's price down to the $149-$199 range.