FUD Zilla got to see the NVIDIA Tegra reference board:
Nvidia also told us that there are some working prototypes as well but we didn't manage to see one while we were visiting. The key feature is the low power chip for mobile phones and MID devices and at the same time, the reference board comes with HDMI. Nvidia is talking about sub-500 mV with display.
The mobile platform can play H.264 in 1080p for 10+ hours while it can encode HD in 720p. It will fit in the smallest phone form factors, but as you can see on the picture the reference board focuses on iPhone sized devices or slightly larger. We were also told that Nvidia can put Tegra in a Multi Chip Module packaging having a 3G modem, Tegra and memory in the same packaging making it small enough to fit the small phones but this mainly all depends on the customers' wishes.
The first Tegra-based devices are expected in Q1 2009.