NVIDIA to present new gaming device soon

NVIDIA to present new gaming device soon

Despite the poor sales of the NVIDIA Shield, the acclaimed US company has indirectly confirmed it has some other gaming device in its plans. The really curious thing is that this will not be the Shield 2 – instead it will be a different device on its own.

The information we are about to present is a subject to change but the rumored tech specs of the new mysterious NVIDIA device include a Tegra K1 processor, a 1440 x 810 pixel resolution screen, 4 GB of RAM, 16 GB of internal storage and a 0.3 MP camera. The controller that will be used is still a mystery but it may as well be the same device that is used in the original NVIDIA Shield gaming console.

When it comes to streaming the new device will work just like the Shield. The new gadget will use NVIDIA’s proprietary GeForce Experience technology, which will stream PC games from a desktop computer or a laptop that has a Kepler GPU. In addition the technology will work on GeForce Titan, GTX 700 and GTX 600 video cards. When it comes to notebooks, this feature will work with GTX 800M, GTX 700M and select GTX 600M GPUs.

Currently there’s no information on when the new device will be launched. Quite logically the nameless company product also lacks pricing as of now.

Source: Tom’s Hardware

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