A leaked message from the sources of NVidia reveals that a new 3D tablet for PCs should be on the way for the users by this spring.
The specialist on graphics from NVidia is working on the two new additions to the ARM based chips on its Tegra line, particularly for the Tegra2 3D and for Tegra3.
Tegra2 3D is said to be introduced to the users by this Spring 2011 and is a new version of NVidia’s Tegra2 chip, which is a support for the portable 3D display on tablets for the PCs and for the mobile phones.
Tech Radar has made a call to the UK based NVidia to know the latest plans on the 3D phones as well for the PCs.
A rumour is that LG, a leading PC manufacturer is also planning to prepare a 3D version of its G-Slate tablet that is going to be android based and which uses Tegra2 for its PCs and for the mobile phones.
On 25th of March by the following month in U.K, Nintendo is planning to launch its new glasses free 3D’s for its users.
Because of this information, it is expected that lots of 3D capable tablet and mobiles for the PCs are going to available all through the year for the users from LG as well as Nvidia.
Along with the support for Blu-ray and for 1900x1200 output, NVidia’s 1.5 GHZ Tegra3 are going to come with four Corter A9 cores and also with an improved version of GPU are expected to be marketed to the home cinema and also for the laptop industries by this autumn.
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