If you’re on the edge of your seat, waiting for next week’s expected reveal of the Windows 8 interface by Steven Sinofsky, Bloomberg added a few more details today.
In a report citing three unnamed people “with knowledge of the company’s plans,” Bloomberg reported that Sinofsky will show the new software running on a touchscreen tablet based on an Nvidia Tegra chip.
Nvidia was on hand in Jauary when Sinofsky announced at the Consumer Electronics Show that the next version of Windows will run on the tiny chips powering mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. A Tegra chip also powers Microsoft’s Zune HD player.
Mary Jo Foley has a good rundown of the rumors, reports and whispers about Windows 8, including a tip that it may reach its internal build milestone June 11.