NVIDIA’s uber-fast Tegra 3 quad-core processor is stepping into some new terrain in the future, as it will soon power Miracast wireless displays. Integrating the Tegra 3 into said wireless display technology will provide a faster experience with lower touch latency and more.
Miracast is the WiFi-Alliance’s lovechild, which is aiming to making its specifications the standard of wireless display technology. With technologies like Intel’s WiDi already in place, among other solutions, Miracast isn’t without competition, but having the NVIDIA Tegra 3 packaged into the yet to ship displays will earn some brownie points with some potential owners.
NVIDIA’s blog post mentions that they are working with other OEMs to get the technology to market, and while that could take a while, being apart of a potential new wireless display standard should feel pretty good right about now.
“We’re actively working with our OEM partners and Miracast receiver vendors to bring this technology to market. Once the Wi-Fi Alliance ratifies the Miracast spec, we’ll provide more updates.”
Be sure to check out the video below to see how Miracast and NVIDIA are working together to provide a best in class wireless display solution, as well as the White Paper to give you all the nitty-gritty on the venture.