Jan 24th, 2011 publishUpdated   Sep 12th, 2021, 3:57 pm

We know Tegra 3 is going to be something special and we fully believe NVIDIA is trying to beat their competitors to the punch – so these slides don’t entirely surprise us – but they show us they’ll be looking to ramp things up to 1.5GHz for their quad core chipset. That one is expected to be announced in the middle of February at Mobile World Congress.

But the slide also reveals a bit more: 3D support is slated to be launched for the Tegra 2 platform this Spring. I’m sure there are more than just a few folks who don’t care for the 3D craze that seems to be taking various industries by storm, but you can’t blame NVIDIA for wanting to at least provide the option. We can’t wait to see which manufacturers will be scooping these up for their late 2011 models. [via Engadget 1|2]