Nvidia still has a lot to prove in the mobile market
Microsoft’s new Surface tablet, which uses an Nvidia chip, started selling late last month.
Nvidia may be flying high on its tablet wins, but it still has a long way to go before it can call itself a real mobile player.
The Santa Clara, Calif., company, traditionally known for making graphics processing units found in computers and game consoles, has been counting on its Tegra mobile chip to help offset weakness in its core PC market. So far, it hasn’t been enough. Nvidia is showing up in many tablets, but its presence in smartphones is minimal. In addition, the bulk of…
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