NVIDIA’s Tegra K1 processor is just starting to hit the streets, but the chip maker is already looking ahead to next year. That’s when NVIDIA’s next-gen mobile chip will launch.

It’s code-named “Erista,” it features NVIDIA’s Maxwell graphics technology, and that’s… about all we know at the moment.

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3 replies on “Lilbits (3-25-2014): NVIDIA Erista mobile chip coming in 2015”

  1. Mmmh, quite strange. According to Nvidia’s last year’s roadmap, this slot should have been filled by “Parker” (Project Denver/T50), which now suddenly seems to have disappeared into thin air.For GPUs the story is similar. 2016 “Volta” and “Einstein” disappeared without a peep, while now suddenly Pascal takes the place.

    More details here: https://semiaccurate.com/2014/03/25/nvidia-just-cancel-project-denver-gtc/

    I am wondering what kind of deception they are cooking up this time.

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