We’d seen some early benchmarks suggesting that NVIDIA’s new Tegra K1 system on a chip would absolutely crush the performance of any other SoC on the market and now we’ve got some confirmation. Neowin has spotted some new benchmarks for the Tegra K1 and they’ve once again found that NVIDIA’s newest chipset blows every other chip out of the water. Show More Summary
Mobile World Congress ended yesterday in Barcelona with a whimper — suddenly the work crews start coming by the knock down booths, and attendees are directedto the exits, politely but firmly, where the taxi lines form. In all there was much of the same, with slight variations. The chip battle for both baseband processors and [...]
Yesterday I spent some time with NVIDIA where I played with the newly announced Tegra Note 7 LTE. Internally the $299 Note 7 LTE is identical to the WiFi-only version, but with the inclusion of a NVIDIA i500 mini PCIe card. As many of you noticed in our announcement post of the Tegra Note 7 LTE, there is an increase in weight for the LTE version. Show More Summary
NVIDIA's first Tegra 4i design win appears to be the Latin American version of the LG G2 mini.
The 4.7-inch Wiko WAX is Europe's first Tegra 4i smartphone NVIDIA showed off the Tegra Note 7 LTE just a few days ago, and now they have a smartphone using their new i500 LTE modem to show us all as well. The new Wiko WAX is the latest...Show More Summary
Sorry LG: you may have trotted out the G2 mini yesterday, but yours won't be the first Tegra 4i device to hit store shelves. NVIDIA says that distinction belongs to the Wax, a newly-revealed handset from French phone maker Wiko that should launch in...
As Brian, Josh, Ian and myself prepare to head to Barcelona for this year's MWC, NVIDIA makes its first announcement before the show: the Tegra Note 7 will now be available in an LTE version. The Tegra Note 7 LTE keeps the same 7-inch Tegra 4 based platform as the original Tegra Note 7 while adding NVIDIA's own i500 LTE modem. Show More Summary
Itching for a Tegra-powered gaming device, but insist on a slate with LTE support? You're in luck: NVIDIA is building a tablet just for you. Today the company announced the Tegra Note 7 LTE, a $299 variant of its existing Note 7 tablet equipped with...
NVIDIA has announced that a new version of its Tegra Note 7 Android Tablet will now come with NVIDIA’s own i500 4G LTE modem which can reach a theoretical top speed of 150Mbps. HSPA+ is also supported as a legacy network when LTE coverage is not available (along with 3G etc…). Show More Summary
Both Tegra Note 7 models updated to Android 4.4 with Gamepad Mapper functionality Those looking for a portable 7-inch tablet with mobile data access now have another option — the Tegra Note 7 LTE. While it may not be the hottest-selling...Show More Summary
Carmack has warned that Nvidia's claims about Tegra K1's console performance are a bit too enthusiastic. Can the K1 really deliver PS3 or Xbox 360 graphics to the mobile space?
LG ahead of Mobile World Congress has released the LG G2 Mini specs. They are: Chipset: 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Quad-Core MSM8926 (LTE) / MSM8226 (3G); 1.7GHz Nvidia Quad Core Tegra 4i (LATAM LTE version) Display: 4.7-inch qHD IPS (960 x 540)...Show More Summary
Nvidia'sTegra K1 is damned pretty for mobile tech, but the desktop team hasn't just been sitting around waiting for Tegra to catch up. Say hello to Maxwell—the new architecture on the desktop side—and the GTX 750Ti. It's a tiny little sucker that's worth its weight in watts. Read more...
Last month, NVIDIA finally lifted the wraps off of its next generation chip, the 192-core “Super Chip” that we now know as the Tegra K1. It impressive to say the least, we brand it as the final unification of PC and mobile graphics,Show More Summary
By Trefis: Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) reported its Q4 2014 and full-year earnings on February 12. The Tegra tablet/smartphone processor product transition, along with declining PC shipments, negatively impacted Nvidia’s top line growth in the first half of fiscal 2014 (ended January 31). Show More Summary
When it comes to mobile chipsets, we guess it’s safe to say that Qualcomm is probably the most dominant company. There is NVIDIA, of course, although recently we haven’t seen too many Tegra-based devices, unlike Qualcomm which seems to be everywhere. Show More Summary
ByMark Hibben: For its latest quarter, ended January 26, Nvidia (NVDA) reported flat revenue growth (3% y/y) at $1.144 billion. While the GPU side of the business was up a healthy 14% y/y to $0.947 billion in revenue, the Tegra Processor business collapsed by 37% to $0.131 billion in revenue. Show More Summary
By Trefis: The Tegra tablet/smartphone processor product transition, along with declining PC shipments, negatively impacted Nvidia’s (NVDA) top-line growth in the first half of fiscal 2014 (ended January 31st). However, despite lower...Show More Summary
We believe the company’s long-term growth potential is appealing. Strong sales of its high-end GPUs for PC gaming, increasing acceptance of the Kepler architecture in PCs, rising Tegra revenues, and deeper penetration in the data center, should all drive Nvidia’s future growth.
The new Tegra K1 chip from NVIDIA delivers console-level graphics on a mobile chip.