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Thursday, 02 June 2011 10:02

Nvidia Kal-El quad Tegra runs Lost Planet 2

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Video at 40 inch screen
Microsoft showcased Windows 8 running HD video at its Computex press conference but that presentation was less impressive than the one we are about to share with you.

Here is Kal-El reference tablet running Lost Planet 2, one of the latest games and all this is running on a 40 inch full HD screen.

This is what a quad core and twelve graphics cores are capable of and Kal-El will come to market most likely as Tegra 3 as early as August.

Enjoy the video below.

Last modified on Thursday, 02 June 2011 10:18

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+7 #1 chyll2 2011-06-02 10:44
Quote:
Microsoft showcased Windows 8 running HD video at its Computex press conference but that presentation was less impressive than the one we are about to share with you.

thank you for telling us what is impressive and what is not.
 
 
-62 #2 dan 2011-06-02 10:47
Looks crap. AMD's tablet chip will smoke Turdgra 3.
 
 
+18 #3 loadwick 2011-06-02 11:22
personally, I think that sounds pretty impressive, yes ok they will have turned all settings to low but this chip clearly has some power behind it.

The problem nVidia will have is that its not made using 28nm tech so i guess its going to drink through juice like a whore at a stag do.
 
 
-4 #4 loadwick 2011-06-02 11:35
Does anyone know what chip the iPhone 5 is using? Didn't i hear its just using the iPad2 chip? If that is true then for the first time Apple will release an iPhone and there will be faster more advanced phones already on the market! I wonder how this might affect their price.

Personally i think Apple would be better off waiting until a super fast quad core 28nm chip is ready then releasing that as the iPhone 5, but if they just release an iPhone 4s in august/sept then have to wait another year for a real new upgrade they will lose alot of ground to other manufacturers that have multiple release every year.
 
 
-26 #5 Drac 2011-06-02 11:54
Quoting dan:
Looks GOOD. AMD's tablet chip will get smoked by Tegra 3.Only if amd have any

FIXED!
I really love your idiotic comments :D DANCRAP LOL
And what that amd tablet can be?DANCRAP?
I guess you amd troll got frustrated,sinc e your beloved Shovel,aka BULLdozeER got delayed 4th time :D LOL
Dont worry,they will release it.Sometime in distance future.And it get owned by Intel again.Or even by Nvidia :D
 
 
-8 #6 Jigar 2011-06-02 12:00
Quoting Drac:
Quoting dan:
Looks GOOD. AMD's tablet chip will get smoked by Tegra 3.Only if amd have any

FIXED!
I really love your idiotic comments :D DANCRAP LOL
And what that amd tablet can be?DANCRAP?
I guess you amd troll got frustrated,sinc e your beloved Shovel,aka BULLdozeER got delayed 4th time :D LOL
Dont worry,they will release it.Sometime in distance future.And it get owned by Intel again.Or even by Nvidia :D




You do realize Nvidia got creamed in the discrete graphics market and now AMD has shifted it's focus on netbooks and tablet. Needless to say Atom got bombed by fusion and fusion's tides are shifting towards Nvidia. ;-)
 
 
+12 #7 Warhead 2011-06-02 12:17
I was never impressed by tablets but now I can see some good use for them, for example, when I need a portable gaming solution when I travel abroad! :lol:
 
 
+13 #8 Dribble 2011-06-02 12:23
Got to say that is impressive - sure the graphics settings probably are low but this is a tiny mobile part and it's clearly running a modern PC game fine.
 
 
+16 #9 Deanjo 2011-06-02 13:32
Quoting Jigar:
You do realize Nvidia got creamed in the discrete graphics market and now AMD has shifted it's focus on netbooks and tablet. Needless to say Atom got bombed by fusion and fusion's tides are shifting towards Nvidia. ;-)


You do realize that nv still owns ~60% of the discreet market right?
 
 
-18 #10 Jigar 2011-06-02 13:58
Quoting Deanjo:
Quoting Jigar:
You do realize Nvidia got creamed in the discrete graphics market and now AMD has shifted it's focus on netbooks and tablet. Needless to say Atom got bombed by fusion and fusion's tides are shifting towards Nvidia. ;-)


You do realize that nv still owns ~60% of the discreet market right?


That's because it takes time for a sailor to admit that he is on a sinking ship. Getting my drift ?
 

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