NVIDIA Next Gen Tegra Processor Unveiled At CES 2010

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News Posted: Fri, Jan 8 2010 1:33 PM
NVIDIA invited members of the press to a briefing at the Las Vegas Hilton so that the company's fearless leader, Jen-Hsun Huang, could unveil their latest highly integrated mobile processor.  Dubbed only "the new Tegra processor," but known now as the Tegra 250, NVIDA's CEO spoke of their commitment to improving the mobile computing experience both functionally and visually.  With the connectivity of a smart phone but the portability and screen real-estate we all crave, NVIDIA's new frontier is unmistakably marked for the Tablet PC. Take a look...

NVIDIA Next Gen Tegra Processor Unveiled At CES 2010

Behold, NVIDIA's future... HD and 3D capable in the palm of your hand.. well, Jen-Hsun's anyway.
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Now this thing might actually have a good chance of saving NVidia.  It is one of the, if not the, most powerful micro processors designed for cell phones.  We're talking big sales.

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3vi1 replied on Sun, Jan 10 2010 6:04 PM

I'm thinking this would make for one kick-ass GameBoy/PSP killer. It would even be quiet a bit more powerful than the perpetually-delayed Pandora.

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kid007 replied on Mon, Jan 11 2010 2:39 PM

behold the next generation in mobile gaming should be the introduction :)

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