What does it do now?
Questions still remain about the Tegra. It's still a relatively new chip and concept. As a result, people wonder what it does. So let's take a deeper look into this.
The Tegra is a system-on-a-chip system. It does not require a large space, and as a result is prefect for our tiny devices (mobile phones, Personal media players, and even GPS systems are all examples.) This is seen through its three currently released modles
The APX 2500, with a 600 MHZ ARM processor and HD capabilities, is aimed at a mobile market of PDAs and Smartphones.
The Tegra 600, witha 700 MHZ ARM Processor and slightly beefier system, is aimed at the GPS device market.
Finally, the Tegra 650, at 800 MHZ, intends to compete at the MID and Netbook scale of manufacturing.
These are quite the contending systems, but do they really exist within a device on the market?