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4:03 – CEO Jen-Hsun Huang runs down the plan for the keynote with tablets Tegra 3 and cars.
4:05 – States that 40% of the market that’s non-iPad tablet sales, despite heavy dominance of the iPad in the US based on personal observation
4:06 – Using automotive analogies to describe the market for different tablets
4:07 – Continues to describe different use concepts for tablets with separate platforms such as Gingerbread and Honeycomb and notes fragmentation problem before Ice Cream Sandwich
4:09 – Cites 700,000 daily activation figure for business case regarding Android tablets
4:10 – Demos ASUS Transformer Prime with Ice Cream Sandwich
4:11 – Showing off tablet oriented applications.
4:12 – Shows off Snapseed photo enhancement software with lead developer Manuel Wille
4:14 – Going in depth on photo editing and still demoing the app with real time adjustment
4:18 – Huang goes into video games, details Tegra Zone with Tegra 3 optimized games
4:20 – Demos controller compatibility with audio demo
4:22 – Slightly funny lag with exiting the game demo
4:23 – Demoing Shadowgun multiplayer on Asus Transformer with LAN and controller support
4:24 – Retired pro gamer Jonathan Fata11lity Wendell makes an appearance in the audience during game demo.
4:25 – Now demoing Splashtop VNC/remote terminal app on Transformer
4:27 – Demo of Windows 7 remote access hits a snag with no response from remote computer and a crash
4:29 After a quick recovery, some music with Justin Timberlake, video of charity work and a PowerPoint demo with full video.
4:31 – Now playing Skyrim over Splashtop, with native framerates and controller support with help from Fata11lity.
4:34 – Now showing off Transformer Prime with keyboard dock
4:35 – Transformer Prime with Android ICS and Tegra 3 to ship today
4:37 – ASUS CEO Jerry Shen onstage
4:39 – Shen shows off new ASUS 7 inch tablet with Android ICS and Tegra 3 with built-in camera with a $249.99 MSRP.
4:43 – Huang recaps accomplishments and denotes Tegra 3 as a 5 core mobile processor with “Variable SMP” and “Prism Display” with dynamic color and backlight adjustment. Announces that the Tegra 3 5th core powers “Direct Touch”.
4:46 – Video demo of Direct Touch shows off response times
4:47 – Windows 8 demo being shown off on reference tablet powered by Tegra 3 with touch based password
4:51 – Windows 8 App Store being demoed and references to SAP signal enterprise support
4:52 – Windows 8 App Store to launch in 200 countries and 100 languages at launch with wide support for varied sales models supported. Reiterates 80% revenue share with sales through Microsoft.
4:54 – Automotive now being demoed before end of keynote.
4:56 – Teases announcement with Audi, in the next few days, while touting Tegra integration for Lamborghini Aventador and Tesla Model S
4:57 – That’s a wrap.