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COMPUTEX VIDEO: nVidia's Intel Atom killer, Tegra

COMPUTEX VIDEO: nVidia's Intel Atom killer, Tegra

COMPUTEX VIDEO: nVidia is jumping into the market for mini laptops with the introduction of the Tegra family based of chips that are based on the Arm processor core. nVidia hopes that the Tegra family will be its answer to Intel's hugely popular Atom chip.

This year's Computex show promises to be one of the most exciting for years, and PC Advisor's dedicated video reporter Martyn Williams is there to capture it all.

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