Hey... not saying there's no content or apps yet... that's the easy part..
But after trying the latest stuff... I'm in no rush to buy one until future improvements
that just ain't there yet...
Just adding , Augmented Reality is also coming.
Checkout Magic Leap for a promising new tech.
Opening up a new $1B venture financing round...
A startup already valued at $4.5B, and no one's heard of..
VR just ain't there yet... if it was... we'd see it rather than hear about it...
Proof: Look thru any latest VR headsets and you'll know they ain't there yet...
"The same question was asked again and again"
The same answer was repeated again and again... NO !!!!
Another j7 alias ??
"1. Is Mobileye (NYSE:MBLY) a competitor or NVIDA or does it purchase its sensors?"
complimentary as NVidia doesn't make sensors
"2. If MBLY is a competitor, then why do you prefer NVIDA as an investment?"
Sensors will quickly become a commodity if they aren't already.
It's about owning the smarts that the sensors feed into.
MBLY is $10B mkt cap with $200M in revenue... good luck with your investment..
"Maybe instead of critiquing other people's reading comprehension, you should spend that time to reread what you wrote yourself."
Response was talking about "Intc/Licensing Situation"
Why do you remain oblivious to the obvious ??
Just adding this is not about NVIdia paying INtel...
It's about how much, or nothing at all, INtel will pay NVIdia in future royalties...
"What are you talking about. This is the first I have ever heard of Intel suing nVidia over Denver."
Who said INtel is suing NVidia ??
You apparently have missed the obvious that it's about a future royalty agreement...
"nViida has publicly stated that they will not provide x86 emulation for Denver for that very purpose, to avoid infringing on Intel patents."
INtel put that in the royalty agreement.
"produce evidence backing this up"
You should re-read the comments... you misunderstould it all !!!!!!
Just adding the Samsung lawsuit looks weak for NVidia going forward.
NVidia even had a patent invalidated with this lawsuit... other patents deemed as NOT infringed...
INtel's legal team will be looking at the outcome of the Samsung lawsuit...
They are both CPUs, and both will find common ways of implementation and advancements.
Years of patent filings have INtel quite a war chest if it wants to use it.
Last time around, INtel gave in for reasons previously listed...
Last time around, INtel was faced with government law suits, and was in blatant violation of the bus license with NVidia. This time around, there are no government law suits, and NVidia's Project Denver could be attacked as in violation of INtel CPU patents. PD & beyond will be in all NVidia future chips...
Bottom line, it will all depend on how confident INtel is about the next round.