NVIDIA & their superchip called “Tegra 2” dedicated for tablets & phones are on a roll of late. With the recent buzz about the quad-cores & Kal-El, it is expected that things will heat up even better during the holiday season. During the past the weekend a roadmap got leaked that shows few of the forthcoming plans and forthcoming chips by NVIDIA up to 2013. It is further expected that much like the recent ventures, the new NVIDIA desktop called Kal-El+ will perhaps be a lot more refined & efficient version of their very 1st quad-core chips. They are also aimed for Android phones sometime during 2012.
According to the leaked roadmap, the possible successors to the desktop Kal-El is expected to arrive late 2012 & early 2013 and it will offer support to not just Android but also upcoming OS’s such as Windows 8.
In accordance to the leaked roadmap it also seems that, desktop Kal-El+ will be able to power both tablet PC’s and smartphones. Project “Wayne” will be dedicated for smartphones and tablet PC’s. After that, project “Grey” will be aimed at mass consumption.
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