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SHIELD Console Mode: SHIELD “Box” Coming Next?NVIDIA is a computing company based in Santa Clara, California. The company was founded in 1993 by Jen-Husn-Huang, Chris Malachowsky and Curtis Priem. NVIDIA is known for its graphics chips which started with the RIVA, and later extended to the GeForce that has evolved to what most people know today. Desktop GPUs are split between GeForce (consumers) and Quadro+Tesla (Workstations) while mobile GPUs are integrated into the Tegra line of product.

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SHIELD Console Mode: SHIELD “Box” Coming Next?

10/18/2013, NVIDIA has been busy: after formally introducing G-Sync, the company has also announced that its SHIELD Android device will get a “Console Mode” in which SHIELD acts as a gaming box connected to the TV (paired with a 3rd party wireless controller)....

NVIDIA G-Sync: Maximum Framerates, No Tears

10/18/2013, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang has introduced G-Sync to the world. It is a technology that enables higher framerates without causing the usual “tears” visible on the screen. In short: you can now use the maximum framerate of your monitor (I’ve seen some...

GeForce ShadowPlay Beta Launches On October 28th

10/18/2013, It has been said that the GeForce Experience has managed to earn its stripes by being effective tool for gamers, as it makes short work of downloading drivers, offering the recommended optimal settings for leading titles, and being specially tailored to...

NVIDIA Tegra Note Is Now Official

09/18/2013, We did bring you word that the NVIDIA Tegra Note arrived over at the FCC recently, and this time around, the NVIDIA Tegra Note has been made official. Those with some spare cash in hand might want to consider picking this puppy up, especially when you...

NVIDIA Shield Goes Up Against A Mossberg 464 Rifle

09/11/2013, The NVIDIA Shield is a handheld gaming console powered by Android, however unlike its name would suggest, was not designed to be a handheld gaming console that could withstand abuse, or can it? Given NVIDIA’s background in gaming, this probably wasn’t...

Xiaomi Mi3 Is First Tegra 4 Smartphone

09/05/2013, Xiaomi and NVIDIA have announced that the flagship phone from Xaiomi, the Mi3 is now officially the first Tegra 4 phone which will be able to access games from TegraZone. The Mi3 comes with a 5” 1080p display (441ppi) and up to 64GB of internal storage....

NVIDIA Tegra Tab P1640 Spotted In Taiwan NCC

09/03/2013, NVIDIA’s involvement in the Android-powered tablet market has seen another device surface, although this time around, it will be making its way to the Taiwan National Communications Commission for regulatory approval. This particular filing depicted the...

NVIDIA Tablet P1640 Spotted At Taiwan’s NCC

09/03/2013, Back in August it was rumored that NVIDIA could be working on creating an Android tablet of their own, and now thanks to a sighting by Blog of Mobile, the alleged device has been spotted at Taiwan’s National Communications Commission. The model number...

Alleged NVIDIA Tegra Tab 7 Benchmark Spotted

08/12/2013, At the end of last week, we talked about the possibility of an NVIDIA Tegra Tab 7 being spotted in the wild, and this time around, there is the very real possibility of an NVIDIA Tegra Tab 7 benchmark which has been seen, where it could also be known as...

Alleged NVIDIA Tegra Tab Leaked

08/09/2013, When it comes to graphical firepower in your computer as well as game consoles, the name NVIDIA would most probably come into mind, where they have seen off their closest competitor ATi in recent times, and have seemingly forged an unassailable lead....

Microsoft Surface 2 Tablet Being Worked On By NVIDIA

08/08/2013, The first-generation of Microsoft Surface Windows tablets most definitely made waves when they were first introduced, although their real-world usage did not manage to live up to the hype set about at its launch. This resulted in Microsoft admitting that...

NVIDIA Reportedly Developing An Android Tablet

08/06/2013, Back in January NVIDIA described a unique plan, the chip maker said that it would design and develop Tegra devices itself which would then be sold through regional companies under their respective brands. Meaning that NVIDIA would not sell those tablets...