NVIDIA and Adobe Team Up
Netbooks are constantly becoming more popular, especially with manufacturers releasing new and improved models at a constant rate. Those owners of netbooks who have an older model have probably noticed that Flash-based programs, videos, or anything else dealing with the Adobe standard, is very laggy and mostly choppy. NVIDIA is now joining with Adobe to provide users of netbooks, along with all of their graphics processing units, with a more streamlined viewing experience with videos and a better experience regarding Flash overall. Both companies are working together to make the Tegra chip and other graphics cards from the green team work better with Flash-based items, while providing full H.264-powered HD video on various mobile devices is the long term goal.