Back in February, DailyTech brought news of NVIDIA's upcoming mobile video and graphics processor, not for laptops but for smaller, hand-held devices such as mobile phones, PDAs, etc. The APX 2500 HD video and graphics processing platform looked interesting on paper and looked even better in screen shots and demo videos with clean 3D rendering and silky smooth interface animations.
A recent product briefing with NVIDIA revealed a few more tidbits regarding the APX 2500 mobile processing platform including a power consumption of 50 mW which allows the chip to run up to 10 hours with a single battery charge. This makes the APX 2500 an ideal solution for mobile phones, PDAs, and GPS devices. In fact, NVIDIA states that the first devices to implement the APX 2500 processor will be GPS devices as early as this year. Implementation of the APX 2500 in mobile phones will soon follow.
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