To top it off, our new GPU is incredibly efficient. Consumes about half the power of its predecessor. Game game more and recharge less.
800 also delivers amazing multimedia experiences including the new standard for video quality. UltraHD.
I'm pretty sure you're going to hear a lot about Ultra HD at this show. (Note - that's for sure)
Some who knows what Ultra HD can do is our next guest. Director, producer, writer, driving force behind movies like Pan's Labyrinth.
Lots of cheering for this guest. Almost as much as for Ballmer.
New movie coming out called Pacific Rim.
Sneak peek of the movie, coming out from Warner Bros.
Running clip off Snapdragon tablet.
It's about monsters coming out of the sea. And robots fight them.
Qualcomm Snapdragon saving the world, canceling the apocalypse
Del Toro: When you're watching a great film, you want a great experience
Ultra HD does seem pretty cool.
Now showing some remastered footage of "dynamic visuals"
Warning us some parts of the clip may be jolting
Some "compelling" visuals are coming our way. Hold onto your hats.
I'm sure it looks way cooler live than it does on my computer screen watching the Web cast.
You'll be able to capture ultra HD footage on your phone
Think about that and then think about sharing that video. That will take a lot of bandwidth. Smartphone users use 35X more data than basic feature phone users
Smartphone user use 35x more data than basic feature phone users says Jacobs. That's a lot of data.
More and more cars are going to become mobile hotspots. Wearable medical devices, etc.
The Internet of Everything. (We're seeing a lot of this at CES)
I kind of hate it when CEOs talk about the "Internet of things."
Qualcomm is everywhere! It is taking over the world!
With all these new connected devices and objects, all this traffic is going to have an impact on the markets
Data demand may go as high as 1,000 times what it is today