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Tech Review: The NVIDIA SHIELD is a Robust Streaming Device, With One Hefty Caveat

July 23, 2018

The NVIDIA SHIELD is a streaming device for the modern age – sleek, fast and multi-modal. It functions as both a universal entertainment device, featuring apps like Netflix, Stan and Spotify, as well as a game streaming device, allowing interfacing with Steam and NVIDIA-powered PCs.

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Nvidia Shield TV is finally coming to Australia

June 22, 2018

Nvidia’s popular Shield TV set top box is finally on its way to Australia. Built for both gaming and on-demand 4K streaming, the Shield has been a successful venture overseas, and now looks to dominate the market locally.... Continue Reading

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The Razer Core X will let you turn your laptop into a desktop gaming rig (with a couple of caveats)

May 22, 2018

It doesn’t take long for a laptop, even one in the gaming tier, to start feeling long in the tooth. On the PC, there’s no upper limit on the hardware required for optimal gaming performance, and this is often to the laptop’s detriment. Razer’s Core series has been trying to find a workaround for that […]

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PC Gaming Set for a Revolution With NVIDIA’S Big Format Gaming Displays

January 9, 2018

With the introduction of NVIDIA’s Big Format Gaming Displays, PC gaming is set to undergo a theatre-sized revolution, bringing together NVIDIA’s G-SYNC and SHIELD technologies to create a supersized, streamlined gaming experience.

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Nintendo Switch: Here are all the available tech specs for Nintendo’s newest console

January 14, 2017

Technical specs for any games console are always one of the first things hardcore players look to when thinking about whether or not to throw down that all-important pre-order. No-one really knew what to expect from the Nintendo Switch in terms of power or useability. The good news is that Nintendo have finally released the […]

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CES 2016: Nvidia just revealed the Drive PX 2, a water-cooled AI supercomputer that drives your car

January 5, 2016

Nvidia have kicked off their CES 2015 press conference with the unexpected reveal of a second version of their Drive PX in-car computer. This new machine is the equivalent of 150 MacBook Pro’s and it will drive your damn car.

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