The Nvidia Tegra series of processors 9really SoCs as they integrate memory controller, I/O bridges, etc all on one chip) just keeps getting bigger and better.
The new Tegra 2 announced at CES 2010 now integrates a dual core ARM Cortex-A9 running at up to 1GHz. That’s all well and dandy but it doesn’t stop there. Nvidia also adds separate processor units for HD encoding, still image processing, audio, 2d/3D, HD playback and mobile phone baseband functions. Each core can be independently clocked, throttled, or turned off as needed, resulting in a processor that can run at 500mW.
This is the type of processor you will be seeing in devices like the forthcoming Apple tablet, and future smart phones. All this again begs the question: When will Microsoft port Windows 7 to ARM?
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