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NVIDIA

(NVIDIA Corporation, Santa Clara, CA, www.nvidia.com) A leading designer of graphics and mobile processors. Founded in 1993 by Jen-Hsun Huang, Chris Malachowsky and Curtis Priem, NVIDIA launched its first multimedia processor, the NV1, in 1995. NVIDIA is a fabless company (chips are made elsewhere) that is known worldwide for its advanced technologies. NVIDIA chips with brand names such as GeForce, Quadro and Tegra are built into the products of numerous vendors. See GeForce, Tegra, NVIDIA SHIELD, Physx, SLI, CUDA and 3D Vision.
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Reported features of the device include Nividia Tegra K1 and a screen similar to the iPad Air.
3GHz,3MB cache), Operating System: Windows 8 -Licensed, Graphics: NIVIDIA GT620 2GB DDR3, Memory 1: 8GB DDR3 Single Channel (2 x 4GB), Storage: 1TB SATA Hard Drive 540
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Its has signed a licensing agreement with Nividia, which is to use the Irish product in a new multi-media processor that has been lined up to make its bow with Xbox.
Nividia has announced that its Project Shield handheld console will cost $349 ([pounds sterling]229) when it launches in June, more than its closest rivals, the PlayStation Vita and Nintendo 3DS.
and innovative PC and device/component manufacturers such as Samsung Electronics and NIVIDIA Corp.
It is powered by the Nividia Tegra 3 chipset with 1.