Nvidia leaks Tegra 3 teaser video
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Nvidia has readied its first public teaser for the upcoming quad-core Tegra 3 platform, but according to Androidandme, the video was unintentionally leaked on Youtube and has now been taken down.
Of course, leaks that make it on the internet will stay on the internet no matter what. While the original video is no longer available, the promo is still viewable through anonymous Youtube users who have re-uploaded the video.
The promo emphasis features such as “High-Seed web with Flash”, “Console-quality Gaming”, “Full HD Video” and “Quad-core Multitasking” with a hypothetical tablet made out of transparent glass.
The Tegra 3, otherwise known as Kal-El, was originally scheduled to launch Fall of 2011, but has been delayed to Q4 2011. Asus has been rumored to be one of the first manufacturers to out a quad-core Tegra tablet with the upcoming Transformer 2, which is also set for the same Q4 2011 launch window. The Tegra 3 will supposedly be roughly 5 times faster than the dual-core Tegra 2 upon release.
In the meantime, check out the promo below for the list of promises Nvidia is claiming with its first quad-core mobile processor. While it’s not a bad commercial, we think you’d be crazy to use a tablet during a roller coaster ride or even while piloting a jet.