In the news release, "NVIDIA Reports Financial Results for Fourth Quarter and Fiscal Year 2011," issued earlier today by NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA), we are advised by the company that, in the release's final section entitled "Fourth Quarter Fiscal 2011 and Recent Highlights," the second bullet point's first sentence should begin: "Customers announced a number of products incorporating the Tegra® 2 mobile processor, including Acer, with its Iconia A100 and A500 tablets; ASUS, with its EeePad Slider and EeePad Transformer tablets; ..." (Rather than "Customers announced a number of products incorporating the Tegra® 2 mobile processor, including Acer, with its EeePad Slider, EeePad Transformer and Iconia A500 tablets; ..." as originally issued.)
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