The NVIDIA SHIELD is coming up on its first birthday and, while its still a great device, it’s about due for a refresh. Fortunately, it appears that one is on the way as a new NVIDIA product resembling the SHIELD has just passed through the FCC. The P2570 can be seen in a render looking like a very ... Read More »
NVIDIA hasn’t had the best of luck with when it comes to the adoption of its newest processors. Despite making solid mobile chips (aside from the Tegra 2, that was terrible), most companies don’t want to use NVIDIA’s hardware in their devices. Qualcomm processors are more popular and probably cheaper to use.
Instead of continuing to push for ... Read More »
We always like to keep our eyes peeled for new devices floating around and one of the latest is a mysterious NVIDIA tablet, codenamed Mocha. The Mocha showed up in benchmarks on GFXBench, although unfortunately, the benchmarks have been removed. Some of the specs include 7.9-inch display with a resolution of 2048×1536, NVIDIA’s own Tegra ... Read More »
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Following HP’s entry into the Android world with the Slate 7 tablet in 2013, the company proceeded to launch several more tablets and phones running Google’s mobile operating system. Now a leak has revealed that HP’s cooking up another Android-powered device, but ... Read More »
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The NVIDIA SHIELD may not be all that popular (sadly), but NVIDIA continues working on the device. The latest news to come from NVIDIA is the update coming soon to the portable gaming device. It will be receiving an update to Android 4.4.2 KitKat. While the version of Android won’t really be changing much, NVIDIA ... Read More »
The unveiling of the NVIDIA Tegra K1 at CES was accompanied by an impressive spec sheet and a number of charts showing how much power the new SoC has under its hood, but you should never blindly trust a chip maker. The good news is that Tom’s Hardware managed to run a few ... Read More »
The new 192 core Tegra K1 processor is bringing desktop computing power to mobile devices. And, in doing so, solves a serious problem game developers are facing. Modern games are cinematic, but mobile devices currently don’t have enough power to reproduce what the developers envision. Developers have the option of reducing production value or delivering ... Read More »
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Nvidia is kicking off CES with a bang. The visual computing giant has just unveiled a new chip that aims to bridge the gap between, phones, tablets, PCs, cars, super computers and more.
Coming in multiple configurations, including one 64-bit with dual-Denver CPUs, the Tegra K1 is billed as a 192-core chip based on Kepler ... Read More »