Nvidia CEO and co-founder Jen-Hsun Huang took the wraps off the company's next generation mobile processor, Tegra K1, during the company CES press conference on Sunday night.
Billed as the "first ever console-class mobile technology, enabling PC-class gaming technologies like DirectX 11, OpenGL 4.4 and tessellation", the capabilities of the world's first 192-core processor were shown in an Unreal Engine 4 demo, which you can watch below.
The new Tegra chip is more powerful than the PS3 and Xbox 360 while using a fraction of the wattage, Huang told CES attendees, Polygon reports.
"We've brought mobile computing to the same level as desktop computing," the exec said. "We've brought mobile computing to the same level as super computing. We've brought the heart of GeForce and the soul of Tesla to the Tegra family."
Epic Games founder Tim Sweeney also said: "We can take absolutely anything that runs on PC or high-end console and run it on Tegra. I didn't think that we'd be at this level on mobile for another 3-4 years."
Tegra K1 will come in 32-bit and 64-bit versions, with the former debuting in devices during the first half of this year and the latter arriving in devices during the second half of 2014.