Looks like we'll never get to see that sweet Tegra chipset in a smartphone anytime soon, with the Zune HD coming the closest to such a device.
That's okay, as NVIDIA is poised to launch its next version of the powerhouse chipset in January at CES (and we'll be there to cover it, of course). At CES, they will demonstrate the chipset on current and upcoming smartbooks, MIDs, netbooks and the like, then in the second half of the year a big push into the smartphone world.
We obviously don't really need to point out what is launching in late 2010, do we?
The Tegra 2 chip, at least according to Slashgear, is "...expected to have roughly twice the power and graphical capabilities of the original and be based on 40nm processes." Considering how awesome the Zune HD is, that sounds pretty sweet to us if accurate.
Now just close your eyes and imagine it is one year from now ... aaahhh ... technology bliss and why am I fatter?
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