The first 64-bit ARM processor Android according to Nvidia.
AnalysisFor Nvidia to truly succeed, it has to show it's up there with other big players in the mobile market.
Acer is the latest manufacturer to gatecrash the Nvidia Tegra 3 party, with a tablet that it teased way back in January at CES – the Acer Iconia Tab A510 – now finally ready to hit the shops.
CES 2012The tablet packs Tegra 3, like the recently released Asus Transformer Prime. But instead of running Android 3 or 4, Nvidia is trialling Windows 8 – which is newly compatible with ARM-based processors like Tegra as well as the Intel and AMD line of x86-based chips.
Nvidia is expecting strong growth in the next year, pointing to its new Tegra 3 platform as it insists that its strategy is coming into its own.