After seeing an unexpected fall in profits in Q1, NVIDIA has managed to save its sinking ark because of its Kepler-architecture based GPUs. Because of these state-of-the-art mobile graphics, NVIDIA has managed to rack up a total of $1.04 billion net revenue, and made $119 million in profits. A series of successful Tegra 3 phones, Tegra powered tablets like Transformer Pad TF300, and GeForce 600 line for PCs has helped NVIDIA survive. Big tech companies like Google and Microsoft have also decided to use Tegra processors for their products — Google released low-cost Nexus 7 and Microsoft announced that its Surface tablets would drive its muscle from Tegra processors. On the whole, it appears NVIDIA is back on track, with several big future releases, NVIDIA can confidently project net revenues from $1.15 billion to $1.25 billion in Q3 FY2013.