The Next Generation Kindle Fire Have the Nvidia’s Processor
It gives the impression Nvidia could work by Amazon to carry the next Kindle Fire. At any rate in relation to Canaccord Genuity analyst Bobby Burleson, who asserts that the next Amazon tablet will be powered by an Nvidia processor, in place of a Texas Instruments CPU (Current Kindle Fire processor: 1 GHz dual-core TI OMAP 4430). Though this might be quite a jump, the odds are not that bad. We know Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang has already been eyeing Amazon as a customer.
Jen-Hsun Huang has brought up his distress, and while they were not able to get a deal with Amazon for the current Kindle Fire, Tegra 2 processors should be fair game for lower-end tablets next year, when Tegra 3 will be ruling the tablet world. Here’s what Nvidia’s CEO has to say about the future of Tegra 2 and Tegra 3:
“There are many segments of the marketplace that we serve now, all the way from very high design content tablets in 10-inch to now increasingly many 7-inch tablets that are coming out to the marketplace. There were a couple of design wins that I wish we had this year that we didn’t have. I already mentioned Motorola. We were surprised by the Amazon Fire. But frankly, we’re not going to be surprised again. And so we’re obviously very excited about Amazon and want to do our best to be a partner of theirs someday”.
So, that was the words of Nvida’s CEO, what you thought about this let us we know in the comments below…