The demand for mobile platforms with more computing capability, responsiveness and reliability continues to skyrocket as tens of millions of mobile applications are downloaded every day worldwide. Smartphones and tablets have become an essential part of today’s smart digital lifestyle. Tegra 4-based tablet reference designs enable mobile device developers to significantly accelerate the process of developing powerful new tablets.
Tegra 4 incorporates 72 custom NVIDIA GeForce GPU cores and the first quad-core ARM Cortex-A15 CPU to deliver better performance, outstanding graphics and great battery life to mobile devices. The iNAND Extreme EFD features an advanced controller which dramatically enhances the sequential and random performance for applications running on Tegra 4. This enables users to store more digital content, load web pages faster, and launch and enjoy applications at blazing fast speeds.
The iNAND Extreme also improves photography application performance on mobile devices with Tegra 4, to offer even quicker multi-shot and faster image capture and store.
The iNAND Extreme EFD is included in Tegra 4 tablet reference designs in capacities ranging from 16GB to 32GB. It is built on SanDisk’s 19 nanometer (nm) process technology, designed for use in next-generation tablets, smartphones and other mobile devices. iNAND Extreme enhances multimedia synchronization speeds, file-transfer rates, and operating-system responsiveness considerably.
In December 2012, Lenovo launched its IdeaPad Yoga- 13-inch powered by an Nvidia Tegra 3 processor. The Tegra 4 is the quickest processor currently available.
Last year SanDisk launched its SSD caching solution that enables consumers to improve their desktop computer’s performance significantly.
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