nVidia may have found a new market to work on. It seems the Tegra SoC (system on chip) is quite the performer. It is not just capable of running windows but can handle Google's Android OS as well.
At the Mobile World Congress nVidia was seen to be showing off Android running on the Tegra while trumpeting about their new Tegra 600.
This new version of Tegra will run around $99 and can deliver an MID (Mobile Internet Device) capable of an HD quality experience while giving days of battery life.
For phone service it looks like nVidia will go with Ericson to add 3G capability to the Tegra design.