We’ve gotten an update on Google’s modular smartphone, Project Ara. Google is bringing both the NVIDIA Tegra K1 and the Marvell PXA1928 processors to the device, and we should see prototypes at their developer’s conference at the beginning of 2015.
The Nexus 9 has launched with the first 64-bit Nvidia Tegra K1 processor. We look at how the SoC compares to the high-end Snapdragon 805 and Exynos 5433.
A legal document coming from NVIDIA has confirmed that the HTC Nexus 9 (as they called it) is to be released during the third quarter of 2014.
We look at the range of new mobile processors destined for Android devices later this year, including new 64-bit Snapdragons, Exynos, and Nvidia Tegra SoCs.
The follow up to the unique Shield peripheral is now here. Here’s our first impressions of the Nvidia Shield Tablet!
Nvidia is showing off a bit about their new 64-bit Tegra K1 mobile processor for Android. Claiming it the first 64-bit ARM processor for Android, and promising PC-class performance.
Nvidia and Epic Games showcased the graphical power of the Tegra K1 at Google I/O yesterday, in the Unreal Engine 4 “Rivalry” demo.
Thanks to a retail listing we may have our look at the first Tegra-powered Chromebook, which is powered by a Tegra K1 CPU with 4GB of RAM.
A new Nvidia tablet has appeared on the GFXBench website, named the Nvidia Mocha, packing a Tegra K1 SoC and 7.9 inch 2048 x 1536 pixel display.
A listing on AnTuTu has revealed that the Nvidia Shield 2 will feature Nvidia’s new Tegra K1 SoC and 4GB of RAM.