NVIDIA Shows Off Quad-Core Power of Kal-El with ‘Glowball’ Demo [VIDEO]

NVIDIA has released a video demonstration which shows off how powerful and beautiful their new Kal-El platform can truly be. Hit the break and watch the four minute clip of a game called Glowball.  Once you’re done, you’ll never look at your dual-core handset or tablet the same.  If you think your Xoom or Galaxy Tab 10.1 could handle this game, watch to see how it performs when two of the four cores are switched off.

We’re glad to see this type of video released if only because it does way more to sell a product than specs on paper.  Hearing how much more improved it is over previous technology is one thing, seeing it is another.  However, if you’re into the nitty gritty stuff, NVIDIA has a blog post up that really digs into the nuts and bolts behind the technology.

For those of you who think that Glowball look like a ton of fun, NVIDIA plans to release the game into the Android Market when the Kal-El tablets arrive.  

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eBvaDtshLY8[/youtube]

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2 Comments

  1. The Geek
    May 30, 14:45 Reply

    Well its clear with this demo, I need to wait for quad-core tablets. Thats some serious processing going on there. nVidia is really killing it with their new processors!

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