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Texas Instruments achieves first Netflix HD certification

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  1. eferz

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    Is it possible that next generation GTV hardware will utilize the OMAP 4 processor? Could it handle the HDMI overlays?

    Here's to hoping that Samsung comes out with something even better for GTV -:)
     
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    Like, I've responded to you in other threads, this is the closest ARM based processor that could possibly compete with the Intel CE4100 processors. Samsung doesn't have anything in their stables that comes close to it. Well, at least nothing that has been publicized yet anyways. I guess its possible that they could come out with a processor or a platform with external hardware acceleration optimized for Google TV. Sort of a dual launch that uses Google TV to showcase their new processor and product. Unfortunately, Samsung has been pretty tight lipped and they won't even have any Google TV offerings on display at the next International Customer Electronic Show (CES) in 2012. So, we're just going to have to wait and see.
     
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