While there’s no shortage of Android tablets these days, NVIDIA has a new option they hope will capture gamers around the word, as well as regular tablet buyers. This morning, NVIDIA announced a brand new Android 4.4 KitKat device called the NVIDIA Shield Tablet. Lately all the talk has been on the upcoming Nexus 8 […]
At Siggraph 2013 NVIDIA debuted its new Project Logan mobile graphics processors with Kepler technology that can make tablets more powerful than the PlayStation 3. According to The Verge the new Kepler Mobile chips use just two watts of power, but can push out graphics that exceed anything on current tablets and even the six-year-old […]
During a recent investor’s meeting NVIDIA showed a video detailing the graphical capabilities of next-generation Tegra processors with Kepler technology, and VentureBeat managed to grab a short video of the presentation. The video compares the graphics of the current fourth generation iPad to the Kepler graphics NVIDIA will bring to its next generation of Tegra […]
NVIDIA may get into the smartphone and tablet manufacturing market, but it won’t sell its devices directly to consumers. The Mobile Review, by way of Unwired View, claims NVIDIA is planning to make reference designs which are manufactured by smaller regional companies without the NVIDIA name attached. According to the report NVIDIA will make its own devices […]
We have only just begun to see the first devices rocking NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 quad-core processor start to roll out and already we have word about the release of the company’s next-generation Tegra 4 processor. According to a leaked road map courtesy of Chinese site VR-Zone, by way of Engadget, we have learned that the […]
Ever since the first Honeycomb Android tablets started selling, both Google and Nvidia have played up their gaming capabilities. Any tablet or smartphone made in the past couple of years can run Angry Birds decently, but the Tegra 2 chip makes games with complex graphics and 3D elements really shine. So it’s no surprise that […]
Word out of NVIDIA is their processors will be powering infotainment and navigation systems in certain car models from BMW and electric car specialist Tesla Motors. Also revealed is the location at CES 2011 where you are most likely to find Xavier waffling on whether to stick with Mercedes for his next car.
Our friends from Netbooknews.com just published a video of a prototype slate Android device. It’s apparently an NVIDIA reference design that utilizes second generation Tegra graphics. As you can guess, this 8.9″ slate falls into the content consumption device category. NVIDIA is showing off the device playing Backbreaker, a football game, at Google I/O.
Word out of NetbookNews is the whispered ASUS slate tablet, the so-called Eee Pad, will feature multi-touch input. Yay! However, they’re also claiming it will run the NVIDIA Tegra system-on-a-chip. Boo! Hiss! Sorry, nothing against Tegra, which I’m rather excited to see hit the market (as are others), but it’s an ARM-based system, so unlike […]
Engadget’s Joshua Topolsky was on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon showing off a bunch of gadgets, including the ICD Ultra, a tablet device with a 7″ screen powered by NVIDIA Tegra and running Android. It’s finally making an appearance after being mentioned in passing some months ago. Spec-wise, it’s darn near the same as the […]
Engadget has video of a tablet prototype reportedly of the same variety spotted earlier with NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang. It’s a monster of a tablet with a 15″ diagonal, but it’s just under an inch thick and packs enough video punch to run 720p video courtesy of its Tegra graphics system. Confirmed is the fact […]
NVIDIA’s press release on their new Tegra line of computer-on-a-chip processors seemed to me a bit dry for the exciting functionality they were promising. However, I see they were just holding back to give their partners a chance to show their stuff. First up is Mobinnova with their ÃƒÂ©lan netbook. Check out these highlights first, […]