Qualcomm's Snapdragon processors are moving beyond the Android smartphone and tablet space, powering a new wave of Windows 8 tablet and smart TVs starting with Lenovo's K91 SmartTV that was announced at CES 2012.
You don't need stereoscopic cameras, to create a 3D video feed. In fact, Qualcomm's Snapdragon processors went one step further and implemented augmented reality. All that, on a single-lens smartphone camera.
Augmented reality and Sesame Street. Now that's a combo that we didn't expect when Qualcomm demonstrated what its Snapdragon processors are capable of at its augmented reality demo area within CES 2012.
Wireless charging isn't just limited to mobile devices. At CES 2012, Qualcomm showcased a wireless electric vehicle charging concept that promises 90% charging efficiency, even if the vehicle isn't aligned properly with the charging pad.
Similar to NVIDIA's Tegra Zone, Qualcomm's Snapdragon GameCommand gathers games that are optimized for the company's Snapdragon processors. The app will be unveiled at CES 2012 on 10th January with a concurrent launch on the Android Market.
Not only does the Toshiba Excite Write tablet uses an NVIDIA Tegra 4 SoC, it also packs a high-res 2,560 x 1,600-pixel screen. The Write runs Android 4.2, has 2GB RAM, and supports digital pen input. Check out the video for more details.