It was a badly kept secret, but NVIDIA has just confirmed they're working on a Tegra 2 chip, which will be out "in the marketplace in 2010," according to the general manager of NVIDIA.
It'll primarily be used in tablets, with "screen sizes between five and 10 inches, all touch capable ... most of them are very thin, well under an inch." Sounds par for the course, but unfortunately GM Mike Rayfield wasn't divulging information on just what tablets would be using their processor. Good news though - Tegra 2 will be Flash compatible and be able to handle HD streaming, and support Windows, Android and even Chrome. [CNET]