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    Nvidia shows tech demo of quad-core "Kal-El" tablet chip

    Dubbed Glowball, the video posted below shows the output from a prototype Honeycomb device, with a ball illuminated from the inside rolling around a dark room as the user tilts the tablet, while shadows and lighting effects are rendered in real time at over 30 frames per second.


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    That honestly looks pretty nice for a standard computer even.
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    Hmm, could this technology lead to making the PC obsolete, even as a gaming platform? Now this technology's getting me nervous, but it's cool, tho.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WedgeBob View Post
    Hmm, could this technology lead to making the PC obsolete, even as a gaming platform? Now this technology's getting me nervous, but it's cool, tho.
    No, but it is going to continue to lead to the blurring of the line between a PC and a phone. Eventually we'll all be walking around with devices that will connect to larger monitors and peripherals to receive the PC gaming experience from a personal mobile device, but it will still be there.
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