The Tegra K1 mobile SoC was shown off at the CES 2014 event by NVIDIA, calling it one of the most advanced mobile chipsets. This has now made its way to AnTuTu for some benchmarking action, which reveals stellar performance.
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NVIDIA today announced a new Tegra Note 7 tablet with LTE connectivity, giving gamers the opportunity to get online on the go. The device has the same internal specifications as the original Tegra Note 7, including a quad-core Tegra 4 processor, 1GB of RAM, and a 7-inch LCD display with a 1280×800 resolution.
NVIDIA’s Tegra K1 superchip was announced last month during CES, and the company mentioned at the time that the chip wouldn’t make its way to the market for another few months. However, the AnTuTu benchmarks app appears to have already stumbled across a tablet running the new CPU — hinting at a launch sooner than expected.
Android-powered video game consoles like the Ouya haven’t exactly been a huge success, but Chinese electronics maker Huawei is hoping to change that with Tron, a device that looks remarkably similar to Apple’s new Mac Pro — albeit a lot smaller. It’s powered by a quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor and 2GB of RAM, and it’s expected to cost less than $150.
Qualcomm announced its latest Snapdragon processor at CES in Las Vegas today, but it isn’t quite the company’s answer to NVIDIA’s new Tegra K1 chip. Instead, the Snapdragon 802 processor is aimed at televisions and set-top boxes rather that smartphones and tablets, and it’s focused on powered Ultra HD 4K content.
It seems Android-powered all-in-ones are set to be all the rage this year, with new offerings already announced by LG, Acer, and Lenovo. And now HP has thrown its hat into the ring with the Slate 21 Pro, a slightly enhanced version of last year’s original Slate 21 that’s aimed at business users.
Not only is it an Android-powered PC all by itself, but its HDMI connection allows it to also act as a monitor for other Macs and PCs.
Your smartphone and tablet will soon offer noticeably better performance than a PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360, thanks to NVIDIA’s new Tegra K1 processor, the successor to last year’s Tegra 4. The 192-core “Super Chip” will come in two versions, one of which is built upon a next-generation 64-bit Denver architecture and boasts clock speeds up to 2.5GHz.
Alongside its new Android-powered tablets and Liquid Z5 smartphone, Acer today announced the TA272, an all-in-one PC that runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean on a 27-inch WQHD display. It’s powered by a quad-core NVIDIA Tegra processor that promises to fulfill all your gaming and home entertainment needs, with front-facing Dolby surround sound speakers built-in.
NVIDIA is the latest company to jump on the Black Friday bandwagon and is now offering its very own high-end Android-powered handheld gaming system, the Shield, for $249 (that’s an impressive $50 discounted off the retail price), together with a free carry case worth $39.99 and two free games to get you started – Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode 2 and Expendable: Rearmed.
Google released the original model of its flagship 7-inch tablet, the Nexus 7, back in June, 2012, and a month later the device was available to purchase from the Play Store with a $299 price tag. However, if you didn’t have the opportunity or the wherewithal to pick one up at the time, it may be of interest to you to know that you can currently grab the slate for just $119.