January 24, 2011 | by Lars Aronsson
Merely ours ago, we wrote about the upcoming 1.2GHz Tegra 2 3D chip from Nvidia, and mentioned that things can move forward quickly in the world of tech, and that it’s sometimes difficult to keep up. Well, that point is further underlined by this Nvidia product roadmap.
It shows that after Tegra 2 3D, Tegra 3 will arrive with a monstrous 1.5GHz quad-core processor. That’s almost a ludicrous amount of computing power for a mobile device. According to the roadmap, the T30 module will feature 3x faster graphics, Blue-ray video, and support for 1920×1200 resolutions.
Tegra 3 will also rock an Ultra Low Power (ULP) CPU mode, so those who complain that more processing power will bring shorter battery life have to think twice. The roadmap shows that we’ll see these bad boys the fall 2011. Can’t wait.