NVIDIA claims that the GoForce 2150 media processor is the industry’s first low-power media processor with 1.3MP camera support. Key features of the new controller include a 64-bit 2D graphics accelerator, embedded memory for LCD frame buffer, and flexible CPU interface. The versatile LCD controller also allows for fast-switching dual screen interfaces, typically implemented as a large active-matrix colour screen inside the handset and a smaller LCD located outside. NVIDIA GoForce 2150 supports over 70 different display interfaces (including CSTN, TFT, OLED and LTPS technology) at up to HVGA (320x480) resolution.Source : X-bit Labs
The new NVIDIA GoForce 2150 is pin-to-pin compatible with the earlier MQ2100, from MediaQ and OEMs with existing MQ2100-based designs can quickly upgrade to add support for 1.3MP cameras. In addition, the GoForce 2150 delivers a high-performance visual experience through a hardware-based graphics processing engine.
NVIDIA launches GoForce 2150 for handhelds
Posted on Thursday, September 25 2003 @ 6:19 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Today NVIDIA reveiled the GoForce 2150, the first GPU for handhelds. This chip is developed by MediaQ, a company which they have acquired earlier this year. Mass production is planned for Q4 2003, samples for OEMs will be immediately available.