Pocket Lint reports netbooks based on the NVIDIA Tegra will arrive in late November, just in time for Black Friday. These systems are expected to cost around $200. Furthermore, it's expected that mobile phone operators are going to offer this netbook for free with 2-year data contracts.
A Black Friday launch, the day that most Americans start their Christmas shopping, could mean this becomes the number one netbook to have this year.
The company is currently touting a prototype model called elan created by a company called mobinnova, that sports an 8.9 inch screen, Wi-Fi, 3G wireless connectivity, and a webcam for video conferencing. Currently running Microsoft's CE operating system, Nvidia says that the final version could sport Google's Android operating system.
NVIDIA also told the gadget site that a Tegra-based cell phone is expected by late 2009 or early 2010.