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VIDEO: Nvidia Tegra 3 Kal-El Promo Video

Nvidia has released a promo video of its upcoming Tegra 3 five-core SoC code-named "Kal-El". The commercial doesn't offer any hard facts when it comes to what devices will feature the chip or when they'll be available on the market, but merely shows what a Superman-themed SoC promises to offer when duty calls, including console-quality gaming, high-speed internet with Flash, multitasking, full HD video and more.

Tablets will reportedly arrive first with Kal-El intact from manufacturers like Asus and ZTE this fall, followed by smartphones sometime early next year.

  • victorintelr
    Can't play the Video, It says is Private :(
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  • spaceman123
    Video is private, noob.
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  • victorintelr
    Try this link, at least it last the same amount of thime, thouch the video seems to be cut at the end.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=18k4qYGzzpA
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  • lunyone
    Video is private, noob.
    For those that aren't familiar with this, what can one do to view it or is it just limited to a select few??

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  • drwho1
    victorintelrTry this link, at least it last the same amount of thime, thouch the video seems to be cut at the end.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=18k4qYGzzpA

    The link works.

    For some reason I was expecting a young man from Krypton named Kal-El
    Leaves disappointed.
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  • dotaloc
    same vid?
    http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xls6qa_nvidia-tegra-3-kal-el-promo-video-hd_tech

    didn't blow me away. looks neat enough...will really depend on where it is priced and how the battery life is.
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  • eddieroolz
    Private video now. Disappointed...
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  • AbdullahG
    Video is private? I'LL PUNCH YOU IN THE PRIVATES!
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  • alidan
    you know, when showing off REAL tech, its best to show REAL applications, and REAL products, not FAKE like everything in that presentation seamed to be.
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  • tomfreak
    no thanks, I'll wait for TSMC 28nm chip thats a full node jump. usually TSMC jump every half node, this time a whole node & it is just around the corner. Pretty sure chip designers can get a lot more performance and energy saving out of it.
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