Four super videos of the NVIDIA Tegra
NVIDA has begun a full frontal assault on Intel with their forthcoming Tegra “mobile computer on a chip”, and NVIDIA’s plans are now underway to make this technology mainstream. Apparently Tegra will be all-in-one, integrated systems on a chip, containing an 800MHz ARM CPU, image processor, HD video processor, GeForce GPU, and controllers for all other aspects of core operations (memory, USB ports, and communication) — in a small package roughly the size of a dime.
There will at first be two versions the Tegra 600 and the Tegra 650 with both chips capable of playing games such as Quake 3 and will support 1080p HDMI, WSXGA+ LCD or CRT, and NTSC/PAL TV outs. The Tegra is one tenth the size of Intel’s Atom and a single charge can allow the user to run audio for 130 hours or HD video for up to 30 hours.
But what is better than reading about the new NVIDA Tegra? How about several videos to watch? Yes video that show off the NVIDIA Tegra system, and bringing you a good impression of how much less juice this architecture actually uses compared to the competition out there. The videos demonstrate the systems energy requirements, super fast gaming, the fancy UI and HDMI output capabilities.
There are four videos below for you to enjoy learning about the new Tegra, so watch and enjoy.
Source — engadgetmobile