NVIDIA unveils GeForce Now cloud-based gaming service and new Shield Android TV console

NVIDIA unveils GeForce Now cloud-based gaming service and new Shield Android TV console

NVIDIA has introduced a new Shield Android TV box. Apart from being a 4K media streamer, it is also poised to become an AI hub for future smart homes. NVIDIA is also bring high-performance gaming to PC and Mac users who don't have high-end systems through the GeForce Now cloud-based service.
NVIDIA GRID is now GeForce Now, wants to be ‘Netflix of games’

NVIDIA GRID is now GeForce Now, wants to be ‘Netflix of games’

GeForce Now is the name of NVIDIA's new game streaming service. In addition, the NVIDIA Shield Android TV is also receiving a software update to significantly boost its home entertainment credentials with more apps and better multimedia capabilities.
NVIDIA GRID now supports 1080p 60fps streaming

NVIDIA GRID now supports 1080p 60fps streaming

NVIDIA GRID will now support 1080p60 streaming for select titles in its game library. The new feature is available via a public beta of its Shield Hub app, which is slated for official release near the end of May.
NVIDIA's new Shield is a machine to watch

NVIDIA's new Shield is a machine to watch

The new Shield is a US$200 Android console that runs Crysis 3. Yes, it's that powerful. Find out what other nifty features this Tegra X1 based system boasts.
NVIDIA unveils the Shield gaming tablet

NVIDIA unveils the Shield gaming tablet

NVIDIA has unveiled the Shield tablet, an 8-inch, Full HD, 32-bit Tegra K1-powered gaming tablet launching next week in the US for $299.