Toshiba, one of the three companies that collaborated on the processing behemoth that is the Cell (the other two are Sony and IBM) has decided that they should share the Cell-love, and sell it to companies like Leadtech and Thompson to make graphics cards.
Not too long ago, the company released a shiny new Qosmio that included a "quad-core HD Processor", which was essentially a Cell-based chip called SpursEngine. The chip works very well as a video transcoder (as any quad-core math-intensive processor would), but we don't know how well it could do as a graphics processor. However, we have our hopes. The Cell architecture is capable of some serious number-crunching, which is what we really want from a good GPU.