Over at the Web 2.0 Expo, Adobe is showcasing their Flash and Air apps on a wide variety of mobile devices. Most of the major smartphone names (Nexus One, Droid, Pre, etc) are being shown off, in addition to a “mystery tablet”. Zedomax presents us with a detailed look at the unknown device.
All possible identifying markings on the tablet were obscured by acrylic. This device is a prototype, but obviously one at a later stage of design. Adobe's Flash and Air apps apparently run “flawlessly” on it. In terms of physical specs, this thing is in the same size category as the iPad. So far we know that it has a 10” screen, and that Nvidia was involved. Oh, and it'll have multitouch.
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