We already knew that Adobe was working with NVIDIA and Broadcom to enabled hardware acceleration for Flash Player 10.1. But sometimes it’s nice to see it in action. I’ve already highlighted videos showing netbooks with Intel Atom processors and NVIDIA ION graphics handling 1080p Flash video… but Blogeee dug up another video that shows even more hardware handling HD Flash playback.
In the video below, Adobe’s Kevin Lynch shows off an HP Mini 311 with NVIDIA ION, an HP Mini 110 with the Broadcom Crystal HD decoder, and a Mobinnova Beam smartbook with the NVIDIA Tegra platform (which bundles an ARM-based CPU with NVIDIA graphics). Each one of these low power systems is capable of handling HD Flash video playback.
Check it out for yourself after the break.