Another day, another hint that Google will be launching an Asus co-branded tablet.
This time around, a benchmark for a "Google Asus Nexus 7" tablet has surfaced on Rightware's Web site. Rightware, which is perhaps best known for its mobile Kanzi user interface, lists the slate as an Android-based device featuring a 7-inch display with a 1,280 x 768 resolution.
According to Rightware's data, power shouldn't be much of an issue for Google's tablet. The benchmark indicates that the device is running the 1.3GHz Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core processor and comes with Nvidia's ULP GeForce GPU.
Google and Asus have stayed tight-lipped on any possible plans of launching a tablet. However, rumors have surfaced several times over the last few months, suggesting the device is launching soon. More importantly for those looking to find some reliability in today's rumor, a host of reports have suggested the device would launch with a 7-inch screen and come with a quad-core chip.
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