Nvidia Unveils The Architectural Details For Project Denver - Forbes
You're typically limited to two, though Samsung's 12.2-inch Pro tablets let you do as many as four. There's a slider you can use to control how much screen space each app takes. Multi-Window works with only selected apps, though. You can use Samsung's Video or Google's Play Movies & TV app as one of the selections, but not Hulu or Netflix. Even so, the choices redirected have gotten better since Samsung first made this feature available in 2012. As much as I like this concept, I've rarely used it on my two-year-old Galaxy S III.
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( Read More Here ) The new version (Denver) pairs Nvidias 192-core Kepler architecture-based GPU with it own custom-designed, 64-bit, dual-core Project Denver CPU. With its exceptional performance and superior energy efficiency, the 64-bit Tegra K1 completely outpaces other ARM-based mobile processors, according to the companys claims. Offering the same performance found in PCs, the chip will rival some mainstream PC-class CPUs at significantly reduced power consumption, Nvidia believes, opening new possibilities for gaming, content creation and enterprise applications. Nvidia launched its Project Denver (meant for servers) almost three years back.
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