Graphics technology company Nvidia has shown off its latest mobile processor, which it says will offer more graphical power than PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360.

The Tegra K1 boasts a 192-core GPU and will be available in tablets in smartphones by this summer, BBC News reports.

Nvidia's current mobile chip, the 72-core Tegra 4, is used in Microsoft's Surface 2 tablet, among other devices.

Speaking ahead of this year's CES 2014 conference, Nvidia boss Jen-Hsun Huang claimed that the Tegra K1 outstripped current-gen (now last-gen?) consoles while using just five per cent of their power.

So how does it look? Wonder no longer - Epic boss Tim Sweeney has already shown off Unreal Engine 4 running on the new technology, as well as his latest neat fleece top.

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