NVIDIA reminds us of benefits of 4-Plus-1 chipset
Wasting no time in countering Apple’s new iPad claims, NVIDIA has gone on the offensive to tout the benefits of their Tegra 3 chipset. The company took to their blog today to not only remind us how powerful their 4-Plus-1 processors are but also to highlight a handful of games and apps. If you are considering picking up a new tablet or smartphone and really want to see what this quad-core stuff is all about then start with these apps. It should be all the proof you need.
Mobile app developers are beginning to realize just how far they can take mobile applications when utilizing NVIDIA Tegra 3 – the world’s only 4-PLUS-1 quad-core mobile processor with the extra battery saver core that allows it to use less power than dual-core processors.
Here’s a quick look at just a few of the top Tegra 3 apps:
- Splashtop THD from Splashtop Inc. – allows you to seamlessly stream content from your desktop onto your Tegra 3 tablet.
- Photaf THD Panorama Pro from Oren Bengigi – a new photo-stitching app that allows you to combine a sequence of photos to create a panoramic view of any scenery. This app accelerates image stitching time by using all four Tegra 3 processing cores.
- Snapseed from Nik Software – one of the easiest, most intuitive photo editors available for your Tegra 3 device. Take a picture, customize it to your liking and immediately send to friends and family. Coming to Google Play this summer.
- PowerDirector Mobile from CyberLink– this app was once a powerful desktop-based video editing tool. Thanks to the Tegra 3’s high-performance and battery-friendly 4-PLUS-1 architecture, PowerDirector Mobile will give you the power to manipulate and edit videos on your mobile device. Coming to Google Play this fall.
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