"As the market for personal computers continues to shrink, Nvidia has been making bigger bets on mobile chips in an attempt to makes its business less dependent on PCs. But the shift to mobile has been difficult for the bulk of companies that found their bearings on the desktop, and Nvidia is no exception.Nvidia unveils Tegra K1 graphics chip | CES 2014 - CNET Blogs
The company's chips power the Microsoft Surface and Google Nexus 7 tablets, but Nvidia has had more trouble finding a presence in smartphones. The Tegra 5 will be an important product for the chipmaker. Because of a lagging release schedule, the last version of the chip -- the Tegra 4 unveiled at last year's CES conference -- missed many design cycles and failed to gain traction with smartphone makers."
Monday, January 06, 2014
Nvidia unveils Tegra K1 graphics chip | CES 2014 - CNET Blogs
Just in time for CES: 192-core mobile chips