Microsoft's new multimedia player, the Zune HD, will be equipped with an Nvidia Tegra processor.
Microsoft Zune HD
There had been a lot of rumors in advance, but now it is official: Microsoft's Zune HD will have a Tegra processor. The portable multimedia player is supposed to follow the current Zune and get into competition with Apple's Ipod Touch series. Among the features of the Zune HD are a 3.3 inch OLED touchscreen display with a resolution of 480 x 272 pixels and a HDMI connector. The latter one is used to attach external displays which are necessary to watch 720p videos in full resolution - after all the Zune HS is said to be able to play such material.
At the Computex pcper.com already learned from Nvidia employees that the Zune HD will have a Tegra chip and according to expreview.com Microsoft has now confirmed this.