Today, during Computex 2009, NVIDIA and its partners have announced no less than 12 new MIDs (mobile internet devices) based on the NVIDIA Tegra processor.
Leveraging on NVIDIA Tegra’s capabilities, the new devices (netbooks and tablets) provide desktop-like Internet browsing, supporting Flash, 1080p video playback, and animation acceleration.
Moreover, the MIDs come with “up to 5x the battery life of current netbooks”.
Those visiting the Computex 2009 fair (2 – 6 June, Tapei, Taiwan) can check-out the following Tegra-based devices:
- Compal CN88 (netbook)
- Inventec Rainbow (netbook)
- ICD Ultra (tablet)
- Mobinnova Mabo (tablet)
- Mobinnova ViewBook N910 (netbook)
- Pegatron Vivid (netbook)
- Wistron M5 (netbook)
“These new Tegra-based products combine excellent Internet and media capabilities, always-on operation, and wireless connectivity for the un-tethered Internet experience consumers have been craving,” declared Michael Rayfield, general manager of mobile business at NVIDIA.
Via Press release
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