We might have seen a beautiful Tegra-powered tablet from ICD at CES this week but pretty soon, it's going to be all about Tegra 2.
Nvidia launched Tegra 2 this week at CES and the tablet is aimed at low-cost notebooks (that's netbooks to us) and tablets. The Tegra 2's heterogeneous design incorporates a Cortex-A9 CPU plus a low-power GPU. The whole affair consumes 500mW under load.
Our on-site correspondent, Loyd Case, reports that Nvidia will offer the full Tegra development kit, which includes reference board, a small display, and Chromium OS, to all comers at "an affordable price."
The announcement follows reports from late December that detailed an Asus EeePC tablet running on Tegra 2.