This is a look at the latest products based on POVERVR SGX Series5 across five different product categories.

Phone – Motorola Droid X

The Motorola Droid X is an Android phone based on the TI OMAP 3630 chipset. The Droid X has more than enough room for all your music, games and apps from the Android market place.

As with most smartphones in the market the Droid X has both 3G and WiFi capabilities and you can also use your Droid X as a 3G hot spot for up to five devices.

Tablet – BlackBerry PlayBook

The BlackBerry PlayBook harnesses the slick BlackBerry tablet OS and makes use of everything that the IT OMAP 4430 chipset has to offer.

The PlayBook features wireless syncing with BlackBerry phones, updating calendars and contacts.

The PlayBook supports Flash, giving users the opportunity to play online games as well as those available from BlackBerry App World. Users can download music from the MusicStore and books are provided by Kobo books.

Set top Box – Sony NSZ-GT1 Goolge TV

The Sony NSZ-GT1 Google TV is a WiFi enabled set top box based on the Intel CE4100 chipset. Download a variety of apps and use your iOS and Android phone as a remote control.

Netbook – Acer Aspire One

Designed around the Intel Atom Z520 chipset this netbook features an 11.6” HD LED screen, 7 hour battery life a 160GB hard drive and 1GB RAM.

What makes this little netbook even more exciting is that it not only uses POWERVR SGX graphics but it also uses POWERVR VXD video technology.

Multimedia – Samsung Galaxy Player 50

The Samsung Galaxy Player is based on Samsungs own S5PC110 chipset. Utilising POWERVR SGX graphics and the Android OS this multi-media player allows you to do nearly everything except male phone calls! With downloadable apps from the Android Market and WiFi this is a very desirable device.

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