256 GPU cores. Eight CPU cores. More than a teraflop of computing power. And one big pile of awards at the biggest trade show on the planet, the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. It’s been a good week for our just-introduced Tegra X1.
We built our newest mobile super chip to crank out supercomputer-class power. Yet, the power-sipping processor is efficient enough to slide into a new generation of mobile devices, autonomous machines and embedded products.
We’ve already shown off what Tegra X1 can do with NVIDIA DRIVE. DRIVE CX will use the chip to power a new generation of automotive cockpit computers – lighting up rich, distraction-free digital dashboards filled with high-resolution, 3D images and silky smooth animation.
DRIVE PX can generate a 360-degree view of the space around the car. It can help cars park themselves — and come back to the driver. It can even recognize cars, trucks, pedestrians and road signs in the environment around the vehicle.
Here’s a recap of some of the honors Tegra X1 has grabbed so far:
- ABC News: Impressive and Innovative Ideas
- Android Central: 2015 CES Top Pick
- Engadget: Best of CES: Finalist for Best Mobile Device
- Expert Review: CES Top Pick 2015
- Recombu: Best of CES
- TG Daily: CES Winner
- Tom’s Hardware: Top Pick CES 2015
- Trusted Reviews: 10 Best Innovations of CES 2015
- ZDNet: CES 2015, Best Tech
NVIDIA DRIVE is also snagging awards. Among them:
- TechZone 360: NVIDIA DRIVE – Best Car Hardware Platform
- PC Pro: 2015 CES Top Pick
- Digital Trends: Top Tech of CES: NVDIA DRIVE PX and CX
To keep up with all that we’re up to at CES, visit nvidia.com/CES2015.