NVIDIA Kepler graphics could make their way to smartphones and tablets
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It’s only been a couple days since NVIDIA officially released their new Kepler architecture, but the company appears to have big plans in store for their new graphics.
In a letter sent out to NVIDIA employees, NVIDIA CEO, Jensen Huang, congratulated the employees on the launch and had a few choice words about the architecture’s future. In the letter, Huang states that due to Kepler’s “super energy-efficient architecture” it will find its way to “datacenters, to super thin notebooks, to superphones”.
Unfortunately, that’s all the CEO had to say about any "Kepler superphones", and there was no mention of any modifications or time frame for launch. And while NVIDIA is heavily invested in the Tegra SoC found in various tablets and some smartphones, it would definitely be interesting to see what an efficient Kepler smartphone/tablet can do.