One of the HD-DVD players that Toshiba will soon ship.
The SpursEngine co-processor, derived from the same Cell chip that runs the Playstation 3. The chip is designed for multimedia applications such as video processing.
The Cell-based SpursEngine co-processor on display at the exhibition.
The SpursEngine will also be used in HD-DVD players, and Toshiba promises that although powerful, the power consumption of the technology will be low.
At the Ceatec exhibition, Toshiba had a model demonstrate the facial recognition capabilities of a prototype Qosmio notebook.
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