I remember when NVIDIA first started talking about its Ion platform. The graphics giant was big on talking the platform up, but had no products for us to see when the platform first debuted. The talk at the NVIDIA press conference about the Tegra 2 platform for tablets is very similar to that first Ion unveiling.
At the NVIDIA conference at Computex 2010, there were no demonstrations of products on hand for the attendees to check out. NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang talked about the potential for the market and how excited he was about the platform reports CarryPad, but offered no devices to view.
Huang claims that the tablets running the Tegra 2 platform will be coming to market later this fall and asked people to “have patience” and wait for the platform to land. There is at least one prototype being shown off at the show, the MSI 110 tablet I mentioned before runs Tegra 2.