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NVidia rolls first cellular CPU
Graphics company NVidia Corp. rolls out its first cellphone applications processor Monday (Feb. 11), taking a fresh run at the mobile business with a chip that can handle video resolutions up to 720-progressive.
The 65nm APX 2500 incorporates a 750 MHz ARM 11 with 256 Kbytes L2 cache, low-power graphics and video cores and an image processor supporting up to 12 Mpixel imaging. It dissipates about 200milliW decoding a 720p video stream, the company claims.
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