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NVIDIA girls show off early Tegra based HD MIDs

Beautiful HD ready MIDs with equally nice models

| Posted: Jun 2, 2009 9:44 am

During the end part of the NVIDIA press conference today, NVIDIA showed off some of the 12 new high-definition mobile Internet devices which are all powered by NVIDIA's Tegra 650 processor.

 

NVIDIA girls show off early Tegra based HD MIDs

 

NVIDIA is calling Tegra the world's smallest and lowest power computer on a chip that offers an always-on HD Internet experience with very little power usage - under one watt at the beginning and well under a watt in the future, if everything goes to plan for the company.

 

Below you'll get a look at just some of the mobile Internet devices that were put on display by the beautiful NVIDIA girls at the press conference. We were unable to write down the names of each, but there is a mix from companies like Pegatron, CCI, Inventec, Wistron and so on.

 

NVIDIA girls show off early Tegra based HD MIDs

 

NVIDIA girls show off early Tegra based HD MIDs

 

NVIDIA girls show off early Tegra based HD MIDs

 

NVIDIA girls show off early Tegra based HD MIDs

 

NVIDIA girls show off early Tegra based HD MIDs

 

NVIDIA girls show off early Tegra based HD MIDs

 

NVIDIA girls show off early Tegra based HD MIDs

 

NVIDIA girls show off early Tegra based HD MIDs

 

NVIDIA girls show off early Tegra based HD MIDs

 

If you liked these, you'll like our HD booth babes video of Computex 2009 which will be online later this week when some of the tech craziness slows down a bit.

 

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