So, who is theofficialLGgirl? After being selected to represent the company in their new line of G-Slate advertisements, she received a tablet of her own, and immediately proved that this new device could usher in a new technological battle regarding tablets and 3D capabilities. Once she had her hands on the G-Slate, which runs the Andriod 3.0 OS, also known as Honeycomb, she posted a viral video on YouTube to show off what the possibilities are with the soon to be released tablet.
The G-Slate operates with a NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, can run 3D content, and can be run through your television using an HDMI port. But, if you want the 3D experience, you will need to rock some glasses. The release date is still a little hazy as they’re only mentioning that we can expect it sometime this spring.
More details should be forthcoming, as LG is hoping to show consumers that the iPad isn’t the only option on the market for a complete tablet device. In coordination with T-Mobile for service, check out the video to see the capabilities and stay tuned for more information.
A leaked message from the NVidias reveals that the the chipmaker is now working on new additions to its Tegra line which is the Tegra2 3D and Tegra3.
The latest version of the 1.2 GHZ Tegra2 3D is nothing but the new version of the Tegra2 chip, which has also included an added support for the 3D displays. The company is giving explicit support for the users with 3D glasses free on a small screen and for the 3D output. Just like other products of the Tegra line, this 3D chip that will come for the users will be in both the tablet and the phone flavour.
Yet to officially announced by the other sources, Tegra2 3D will be going to include in any sort of 3D tablet. Another rumour is that LG, the leading PC manufacturer is also going to produce a version in 3D of its G-Slate tablet, which uses Tegra2.
In Graphics land, along with the support for Blu-ray and for 1900x1200 output, NVidias 1.5 GHZ Tegra3 are coming to its users with four Corter A 9 cores and also an improved version of GPU, and are expected to be marketed to the home cinema and for the laptop industries and this Tegra3 may pave a way for the Project Denver.
Tegra3 will be coming in dual as well as quad core flavour in its smart phone version and also will be able to support for a lower display resolution of 1366x768.
Sources revealed that Tegra2 3D will be available to the users in the market on February, while Tegra3 may come to the market in the fall season of this year. The users will get the 3D version of the tablet that uses for Tegra2 and 3D in the market by February or March.
NVIDIA is coming with the latest version of Tegra which is a dual core chip of 1.2 GHz for mobiles. It is a mobile 3D enabled processor. Most of the people are still not very friendly with the usage of the previous Tegra 2. The current one is Tegra 2.5.
In 2011, NVIDIA has decided to go for mass production. It should be available to us by spring. Currently everybody is talking about 3D going mobile and if you are still comfortable with your 2D technology, you are going to like the sound of this 3D mobile with Tegra 2.
The mobile computing is in now and NVIDIA has already started working on it. They are ahead of many other in the same field.
There we have it. It was only a matter of time before websites all over the internet started delivering 3D content to the world. Leading the pack is nVidia, who, at CES, announced a new website, 3DVisionLive (http://www.3dvisionlive.com) which serves as an online portal for people to share their 3D photos and videos with others all over the internet.
There is already content from professional photographers that look really cool. There are also videos of sports, movie trailers and they also get to rate content that they see. nVidia has added support for their 3D Vision kit, as well as the old fashioned 3D, with red and blue glasses.
nVidia said that the main purpose of this website was to create a community that would allow users to share their 3D experiences in an easy to use manner, and embrace and promote the technology itself. There is already quite a lot of content on the site, from tons of sports videos, to landscape and wildlife photographs, but from first looks, it seems the site will appeal most to the typical 3D gaming geeks. Head over there now to check out all the content that nVidia has put forth for you.
A few weeks ago, we wrote about nVidia’s 3DTV play. In case you missed that post, here’s a recap. nVidia’s already come in big in the 3D gaming industry with their 3D vision kits. Their 3DTV play software is meant to take your small screen gaming experience and put it on your 3DTV. Well, apparently nVidia has started sales for the standalone version of the software on their online hub. It seemed like a very quite affair, as there were no press releases or anything about it. Heck, there wasn’t even a blog post on their blog. No official announcement whatsoever. So, for those of you who aren’t aware yet, head over to the nVidia online store to grab yourself a copy. The version that’s available now doesn’t require the nVidia 3d vision kit, and is retailing at USD39.99.