NX's detachable controllers will have a couple of hidden tricks inside them, according to a new report. Last month, Eurogamer published word that Nintendo's next console would be a portable device, powered by an Nvidia's Tegra technology, with two small controllers detachable from its portable screen. Show More Summary
At CES 2016 we saw that DRIVE PX2 had a new Tegra SoC in it, but to some extent NVIDIA was still being fairly cagey about what was actually in this SoC or what the block diagram for any of these platforms really looked like. Fortunately,...Show More Summary
Nvidia’s revenues from Tegra processors business constituted only 11% of its total revenues in 2015, declining by around 3% year over year. This decrease was driven by a decline in the sales of Tegra products for OEM smartphones and tablets. The company shut-down its Icera modem operations in the second [...]
You obviously have to take alleged leaks and rumors with a grain of salt in this business, but when it comes to Nintendo's next generation NX console, some of the product concepts and speculation could be reasonably well-founded. There's little question Nintendo needs to recapture relevance in the console market [...]
News of Nintendo's NX has taken the spotlight this week, with sources pointing to a mobile device that interfaces with a game dock for your HDTV. Inside, the NX is based on Nvidia's Tegra mobile technology. It's a big departure fromShow More Summary
Is the NX really going to be a mobile/console hybrid with an NVIDIA Tegra and detachable controllers? Gamasutra staffers weigh in on the latest rumor that's set gamerdom aflame....
Earlier this week, we reported that Nintendo NX will be a hybrid portable console, powered by Nvidia's Tegra mobile chipset. We'd heard both elements of this story as isolated rumours before, but suddenly - presumably in the wake of a round of presentations by Nintendo - we were able to corroborate both with multiple reliable sources. Show More Summary
Suspicions have been all abound about just what the Nintendo NX would be, and Eurogamer is reporting something quite interesting: that the system will be portable with home TV dock, feature detachable controllers, and be powered by Nvidia Tegra chips. Eurogamer is saying that multiple sources have confirmed the NX's nature to them, with a
Here’s a couple Nintendo NX rumors for you today: one pertains to the chip which will run the console, and the other on how it will function. Nintendo’s next console will not contain an AMD chip like PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, as previously rumored. Instead, the demo units currently in the hands of developers […]
Nvidia is providing the core technology that powers Nintendo's next generation NX console. Multiple sources have confirmed that the new machine is based around Nvidia's mobile-orientated Tegra processor, with development kits currently using the Tegra X1 chip found in the Shield Android TV console and the Google Pixel C tablet. Show More Summary
I’ve written about the NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV device on a couple of occasions. For the uninitiated, the SHIELD TV is NVIDIA’s Tegra X1-powered set top box and gaming device that was the first of its kind to be Netflix 4K certified. Its high performance hardware, excellent software, and slick [...]
Joining the ranks of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, Resident Evil 5 is the latest big-name game to land on Nvidia’s plucky Android console. How does the seven-year-old game run on the Tegra X1? Let’s take a look. Read more...
The NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV set-top-box continues to be the most advanced device featuring Google’s TV platform even a year after it was introduced into the market. The credit goes mainly to the high-end Tegra X1 SoC as well as the rich feature-set that has been getting continuous updates from NVIDIA. Show More Summary
Google's Pixel C is a tablet that has a resolution of 2560x1800, runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow, is powered by the NVIDIA Tegra X1 processor and 3GB of RAM, but what does it look like on the inside? When we reviewed Google's tablet, we...Show More Summary
As the PC sales started slowing down, graphics processor manufacturer Nvidia increased its focus on alternate revenue streams. In the last few years, the company managed to grow its Tegra business significantly, increasing revenue from $198 million in 2010 to $579 million in 2014, mainly driven by increasing adoption of [...]
The only thing more powerful than Marvel’s Avengers is Nvidia’s Tegra technology. The super heroes and superchip collide in Zen Studios’ latest pinball table, Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron. Mobile gamers with Tegra portables likeShow More Summary
While NVIDIA has been rather quiet about the SoC portion of the DRIVE PX 2, it’s unmistakable that a new iteration of the Tegra SoC is present. The GPUs and SoCs of the DRIVE PX 2 are fabricated on TSMC’s 16nm FinFET processes, which is something that we haven’t seen yet from NVIDIA. Show More Summary
As has become tradition at CES, the first major press conference of the show belongs to NVIDIA. In previous years their press conference would be dedicated to consumer mobile parts – the Tegra division, in other words – while more recently the company’s conference has shifted to a mix of mobile and automobiles. Show More Summary
Alongside the Redmi Note 3, Xiaomi unveiled the Mi Pad 2. The successor to the Mi Pad, the latest version of the tablet eschews Nvidia's Tegra X1 in favor of Intel's quad-core x5-Z8500 CPU. Interestingly, the vendor is offering a Windows edition of the tablet that runs Windows 10 out of the box along with the Android version, which comes with MIUI 7....
The same winning formula, now a year older and $100 less. In July of last year NVIDIA launched the Shield Tablet, which took over from the ho-hum Tegra Note 7 and was really one of the best mid-sized tablets available through that year and into 2015. Show More Summary