This year’s MWC (Mobile World Conference) which is set to end tomorrow has been a positive Android love fest, with practically all the top mobile phones and tablets launched seen equipped with the Google developed mobile operating system.
One of the stars of the show, however was Nvidia’s latest mobile chip set. Known as the Kal-El the mobile CPU features a quad-core design and promising to bring serious processing power to mobile devices such as mobile phones and tablets.
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The feature packed CPU, which was demonstrated in a custom made tablet computer, is said to use less power than the current dual-core Tegra chipset which will allow tablet OEM manufacturers the ability to run higher resolution retina displays without sacrificing battery life.
Kal-El sample chips are already on route to manufacturers and Nvidia predict we should start seeing Quad-core Kal-El devices by the end of 2011.
The Kal-El chipset is said to be clocked at around 1.5Ghz, which in real world terms means it’s more than capable of running the ported Xbox 360 game as demoed on the 10 inch tablet the show model currently lives inside.
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