Hexus uncovered some more information about NVIDIA's Tegra 2 SoC, you can read it over here.
This is both good and bad news for graphics chip-maker NVIDIA, which has combined ARM CPU designs with its own low-power graphics to make the Tegra family of SoCs. The latest one - generally referred to as Tegra 2 - uses the ARM Cortex A9 design to offer the first dual-core SoC, but its real differentiator is, of course, graphics.
This means that its optimal application is probably to run slates, which have greater graphics demands due to their larger screens. So it's great for NVIDIA that most people are now familiar with the slate, thanks to the iPad, but the bad news is that Apple has produced its own SoC, equivalent to Tegra, called the A4.