The CyanogenMod team has been working hard on adding new features in CM9, and by supporting as much devices as possible. Until now, the CM9 team had officially started rolling out the CM9 nightlies for the Motorola XOOM, Samsung Galaxy S2, Sony’s Xperia handsets, the Nexii handsets and a few other Android devices.
Today, the CM9 team has added support for a few more devices including the HP Touchpad (tenderloin), LG Nitro HD, Optimus PTE (P930), and the AT&T variant of the Galaxy S II. This means that owners of these devices can head over to get.cm and download the latest official CM9 nightly for their device. Keep in mind that since this is a nightly release, there might be issues with the ROM or some features might not work properly.
Along with this, the CM team has also open-sourced the CM9 source for the HTC Pyramid a.k.a Sensation. This means that Sensation owners who are interested in flashing CM9 on their handset, need to kang/compile a CM9 build on their own. The CM9 team has not released a CM9 build for the Sensation mainly because of a few kernel bugs. They will start rolling out nightlies for the Sensation as soon as they fix the final bugs.