At Super Computing 2011 in Seattle, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang reiterated that we will be seeing a Tegra 3 chipset before 2012. Despite initially being told that we would see Tegra 3 this summer. He also introduced the Kal-El+ which we should be seeing in 2012.
Looking at the map laid out by NVIDIA, the Kal-El+ will launch in 2012 and bridge the gap between the upcoming Kal-El system on-a-chip and the Wayne SoC. We still don’t have the specifications of Kal-El+ by if we read into the name it will probably just be an enhanced version of Kal-El.
With Windows 8 coming and being supported by NVIDIA’s quad-core chip it appears that they are going to have a very successful 2012. Tegra 3 supports 3D stero and is built on a 12-core GPU and a quad-core CPU. Watch the video below to see for your self what the Tegra 3 processor can do!