Hoping to rustle up some excitement, though, the graphics firm has now provided a series of benchmark results delivered by its Ion platform in a number of well-known applications and even games such as Spore and Call of Duty 4. Sadly, Nvidia didn't seem to find it necessary to compare its results with a non-Ion platform or even show how the increased graphics performance could affect battery life.
HotHardware and PC Perspective were both able to swing by Nvidia’s booth at CES and get an up close look at the palm-size reference platform design, capable of decoding and playing full 1080p HD video content. Check them out for some first impressions and a couple of videos.
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