Some automobiles these days have bigger screens than you have in your living room. The Tesla Model S, for example, has a high-definition 17-inch touchscreen that contains all of the all-electric's entertainment and navigation controls, as well as most of the other functionality normally consigned to knobs and buttons.
One company benefiting heavily from the digital boom in cars is NVIDIA , which has already shipped 2.5 million chips that power these amazing displays and controls. See more in the video below.
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