[CES 2010] If you have not followed our live coverage of NVIDIA this morning (you should have!), here’s an overview of what happened: First, NVIDIA’s CEO laid out the case for a tablet format, before announcing Tegra 2, a low-power mobile chip that is seriously faster than its predecessor, but also faster than most if not all its competitors. We’ve seen web browsing demos, the announcement of Adobe Air (which sucks on PC) for Tegra and also a demo of Unreal Engine (on Windows CE). The more interesting part was that Audi has announced that it will integrate Tegra in select cars this year, with more coming down the road. Wow, I don’t know how this will translate in financial terms, but it is huge in terms of endorsement. Finally, NVIDIA has shown some stereo 3D demos and the first stereo 3D PowerPoint – that was unavoidable. If 3D Stereo becomes mainstream (the industry clearly pushes very hard) NVIDIA will benefit from 3D stereo boom. The company has been preparing for years (believe me), and that might finally pay off, big time. NVIDIA will have many tablet designs to show at its booth.
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