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Want an internet handheld for under $100? That's what Nvidia is promising, courtesy of its ARM-based system-on-a-chip family, Tegra. Nvidia also used Mobile World Congress today to tell all that Google's Android runs on its new Tegra APX 2600 SoC - a possible basis for the next iPhone, it's said - thanks to "close work" …


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  1. Robert Moore

    The real question

    Does it run Linux?

    Imagine a Beowulf Cluster..... Sorry wrong website...

  2. Nexox Enigma

    Screen permitting, indeed

    So this chipset is designed for mobile internet devices, which seem typically to have a max screen resolution of 800x480 or so. The smallest screen that I've heard of that can do 720p is 8.9 inches. That doesn't excactly seem mobile. What are they indending to do with this chipset?

    Or is the HD playback cabability just so they can stick some extra letters on the end of all the products?

  3. Rob

    Oh well

    Had me up until "runs windows CE"

  4. Anonymous Coward


    Waiting impatiently for the arrival.

  5. Tom Chiverton Silver badge

    Enhanced Flash ?

    They don't mean hardware accelerated Flash Player, do they ? After all, it's just a bytecode VM... and given the announcement yesterday from Adobe about bringing Player 10 to everything except the iWank...

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