In Pictures: Best of CES 2014

Here’s what grabbed our attention at the sprawling CES 2014 gadget show in Las Vegas

NVIDA Tegra K1 mobile system-on-chip NVIDIA’s new mobile SOC combines the vendor’s advanced Kepler GPU (apparently dropping the Tegra’s previous variant for the desktop GPU architecture) with 192 cores, with the symmetric multi-processing NVIDIA 4-Plus-1 CPU, which incorporates a quadcore ARM Cortex A12 with a separate “battery-saver core.” The K1’s four cores can be pulled into different configurations based on the processing loads. The 32-bit version is due out in mid-2014, with a 64-bit version later in the year, or about 12 months after Apple unveiled the first 64-bit mobile SOC. NVIDIA is flogging the new chip for everything from smartphones to gaming consoles.

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