NVIDIA is firing full force into their next generation of graphics cards, and while we may still be on the 6xx range of graphics cards on the desktop market, mobile platforms are set to get a kick right into the next generation of graphics processing.
With the latest announcement comes the first, lower half of the GT 700M range. These include the 720M, 735M, 740M, 745M and 750M, all of with are tagged as "GT". The good news is that the first batch, both the GT 710M and GT 730M are already released and like the rest of the range are based on the Keplar architecture, with the exception of the 710M which is Fermi based.
It will be interesting to see the performance figures of this new hardware in the coming months, but NVIDIA has taken extra steps to ensure the best compatibility for their entire GPU range, most notably with their GeForce Experience software which now includes GPU Boost 2.0 for dynamic overclocking, automated driver updates and the ability to automatically provide you with the best settings for your games.
NVIDIA has really taken a big leap in the whole user experience side of the market, and it will be great to see how they move this forward with both their new software and their next generation of graphics hardware.
Now all we have to do is sit tight and wait for the desktop editions of the 7xx hardware.