Slashgear heard a rumor that NVIDIA's Tegra 2 chipset is delayed due to some serious stability issues. The site's source claims this will impact project such as Notion Ink's Adam, the ICD Ultra and Vega and a 7-inch Compal tablet that had been expected to arrive in early June 2010.
According to our source, the newest Tegra has “some serious issues” when it comes to stability, and companies like Notion Ink and ICD are left waiting while NVIDIA attempt to address them. The Compal tablet – which is expected to be the first to market – is now pushed back to mid-September, while Notion Ink are apparently facing two months delay (they originally said they’d be launching in Q3 2010).
However, when the site contacted NVIDIA they were told that the rumors aren't true, and that "everything's on track" with Tegra.