NVIDIA’s announcements and discussions at CES have likely been the most interesting for those of us at PC Perspective.  Yesterday, Josh wrote up a great editorial analyzing the NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor and its goals for the mobile market as well as the VERY dramatic news that they would be developing high-performance ARM processors for applications from notebooks to servers.  Couple that with the fact that Microsoft immediately announced an early version of Windows running on the ARM ISA and you have a shift in the computing market we haven’t seen in a long time.  

Later in the evening we got some hands-on time with the new LG and Samsung Tegra 2 based Android smartphones and discussed game development on the Tegra 2 with a multi-platform title called Dungeon Defenders.  

CES 2011 Video: NVIDIA shows Tegra 2 "Super Phone" and Cross-platform gaming - Mobile 2