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Sunday May 31, 2009

NVIDIA-Powered Netbooks on Display at Computex

CNET has the scoop about NVIDIA's netbook plans at Computex in Taiwan this week. They report that NVIDIA will be showing netbooks running the all-in-one Tegra chip and Windows CE, with "high hopes" for Google's Android OS in the future.

Tegra is a system-on-a-chip that integrates a processor based on a design from U.K.-based ARM and Nvidia's GeForce graphics silicon, among other functions. The goal is to bring robust PC-like graphics to small devices such as Netbooks and handheld devices, also referred to as mobile Internet devices.

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