What about us?
Having invested around a zillion dollars in developing Tegra - a low power chipset for mobile Internet devices - NVIDIA is understandably anxious to shout about it now that some of its design wins are finally coming to market.
The most hyped Tegra-packing device right now is Microsoft's Zune HD, which is only being launched in the US for now. But as NVIDIA confirmed in a recent exclusive interview series with HEXUS.channel, there is another: the Samsung M1, which is also a portable media player.
We've tried to find more information on the M1 from Samsung's various local PR representatives, but they all seem to be in the dark. Considering that the only region that does seem to have any info is the Far East, we can only assume that Europe is being overlooked by the first wave of Tegra launches.
So in the absence of anything official from Samsung, here are a few view video clips, posted onto YouTube by Far Eastern sites like moveplayer.net and a blog called Likeraser, showing the interface, video playing and general un-boxing.