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NVIDIA Project KAL-EL Preview

02/15/2011, KAL-EL: If you thought that Tegra 2 was fast, think again. We've got a bit more details about NVIDIA's Project KAL-EL, also referred to as Tegra 3 before

NVIDIA, Atmel team up to deliver large touchscren tablets

02/14/2011, [MWC 2011] NVIDIA and Atmel have come together in a show of solidarity in order to announce a partnership at MWC 2011 that will see them develop large touchscreen tablets in the long run. The touchscreen displays will hail from Atmel, and needless to say,...

Acer GH245HQ display offers support for NVIDIA’s HDMI 3D solution

02/10/2011, Fans of 3D displays will be overjoyed to hear that Acer has introduced its GH245HQ display that offers full support for NVIDIA’s HDMI 3D solution. What this means is that users will be able to enjoy 3D content via active shutter glasses from devices...

Acer releasing GN245HQ an NVIDIA 3D Vision-ready 3D monitor

01/31/2011, Acer has just added a new 3D monitor to their lineup: the GN245HQ. Sporting a 24″ panel with a 120Hz refresh rate LED backlight, 1920 x 1080 (full HD) native resolution, and NVIDIA 3D Vision support. But what makes this monitor different from other...

LG Optimus 2X Review

01/31/2011, LG Optimus 2X Review - This in-depth review of the Optimus 2X (LG-P990) covers virtually most practical aspects of this dual-core smartphone

Android Benchmark: Tegra 2 Wins It All

01/28/2011, Tegra 2 Benchmark - this page contains several Android benchmarks that compare the Tegra 2 powered LG Optimus 2X to other known Android phones.

The Trim Slice is one slim computer

01/26/2011, CompuLab, an Israel-based manufacturer that specializes in small computers have announced that they will be releasing another super small PC in the near future. Called the Trim Slice, this tiny PC really is something. Its dimensions are only 130 x 95 x 15...

GeForce 560 Ti Review

01/25/2011, GeForce 560 Ti Review - this review of the GeForce 560 Ti will go over performance, target audience and provides a simple bottom-line.

Tegra 3: Quad-Core and 3X Graphics Boost

01/24/2011, Tegra 3 specs: this leaked slide is almost as good as an official announcement. Tegra 2 will indeed have 4-cores and a graphics processor that will be 3X faster

NVIDIA Gets $1.5B From Intel In Graphics Settlement

01/10/2011, At the close of the stock market, NVIDIA has announced that Intel has agreed to a $1.5B settlement for a dispute concerning the use of NVIDIA’s graphics technology (patents) in Intel’s products (read previous stories). NVIDIA will provide more...

NVIDIA Tegra 2 Overview

01/05/2011, [CES 2011] It’s been exactly one year since NVIDIA announced and showed Tegra 2 to the world, and NVIDIA did not win a whole lot of contract (“design-wins”) with handset and tablet makers – until recently. If you follow this site...

BMW, Tesla Select NVIDIA GPUs

01/04/2011, Both BMW and Tesla have announced that they will be using NVIDIA graphics processors (GPUs) to power the infotainment in upcoming cars. BMW will use NVIDIA GPUs in the following models: 7-Series, 5-Series, 3-Series, Mini Cooper line and X-Series. While...

Onkyo’s TA117 tablet is powered by NVIDIA’s Tegra 250 chip

12/27/2010, NVIDIA’s Tegra chipset seems to be in the news a lot recently but we don’t see enough tablets powered by it to make us happy. Onkyo Japan has now introduced the TA117 tablet that is powered by NVIDIA’s 1GHz Tegra 250 chipset, giving you plenty of...

LG Optimus 2X launched, in Korea

12/15/2010, LG has just announced the launch of the LG Optimus 2X, a Tegra-powered cousin of the LG Star. The phone features 8GB of storage, a 4-inch WVGA display and a 1500mAh battery. Because it is powered by NVIDIA’s 1GHz Tegra processor, it can decode 1080p...