Giving us a look at the progress they've made since initially launching on Android many moons ago, the folks at Dolphin are now showing us how smooth their emulator runs on the NVIDIA Shield TV and its Tegra X1 processor.
Nvidia makes some powerful mobile processors, but if you’ve ever used a device powered by the Tegra K1, you might notice it’s gets kind of… toasty. So, why not use one in an […]
It could very well be that in the future, we could extend our arguments about hardware performance to household electronics if NVIDIA were to have it their way, because it seems that an oven dubbed “June” has been launched and under its hood is the NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor, the same processor series that powers the Nexus 9 tablet. Show More Summary
Regardless of whether or not the device you're targeting includes an Nvidia Tegra chip, you can use the company's new suite of tools....
Over the past few months, we’ve covered a number of details related to today’s launch of the NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV device. It was back in March during GDC that we were first able to show you the Tegra X1 powered SHIELD Android TV (then refered to as the SHIELD Console). And it was earlier in the year at CES when NVIDIA unveiled the Tegra...
Just a few months after NVIDIA announced its Shield Android TV console, today the device officially goes on sale. The NVIDIA Shield boasts 4K resolution video complete with a 64-bit Tegra X1 processor. The device will be available in...Show More Summary
SHIELD from NVIDIA is now available for you to purchase, bringing an impressive Android gaming and Android TV experience straight to your living room. Featuring NVIDIA’s Tegra X1 processor and 3GB of RAM, this set-top box is capableShow More Summary
Nvidia's Icera modems, which debuted alongside its Tegra 4 / 4i solution in 2013, are being phased out, and the company will refocus Tegra on graphics processing.
Acer has come out swinging with the Chromebook 13, an Nvidia Tegra K1-powered beast that is easily one of the most powerful Chromebooks out there — and yet it still only costs $299. While Chromebooks began as cheaper, underpowered laptops, they’ve begun to evolve beyond that, and the Acer Chromebook 13 is leading that evolution. Show More Summary
NVIDIA’s mobile chip business has never been very popular, but at one point many tablets were powered by the Tegra processor. The company continued improving the Tegra processor, and in an attempt to compete in a market where Qualcomm dominated because of their monopoly on 4G LTE models, NVIDIA purchased and started developing Icera mobile [...]
Nvidia bought the company in 2011 to provide a baseband processor for the Tegra chip. The company will now buy its modems from third-party suppliers.
In 2011, during a heated race between chipmakers to include LTE modems in their application processors, NVIDIA acquired Icera. By incorporating Icera’s modem technology into the Tegra lineup of chips, NVIDIA was able to partner with a few OEMs to launch devices here and there, but nothing ever really took off from the acquisition. Show More Summary
Nvidia’s new Tegra K1 processor is powerful enough to run a desktop computer, and now it does. Acer’s latest Chrome OS PC is built around Nvidia’s blazing-fast chip. The new Acer Chromebase is […]
Available for $199, the Shield set-top box comes with a controller and runs on Google’s recently launched Android TV platform. The device is powered by Nvidia’s Tegra X1 processor which has a 256-core Maxwell architecture GPU and 64-bit CPU. Show More Summary
The console wars are heating up and the latest entrant into the fray is that Tegra X1 toting, 4K video supporting, Android running, slick as they come, all new Nvidia Shield. Although it’s slated for a May release, the latest iteration of Nvidia’s gaming console is making waves in the industry and the company is... Show More Summary
This new gadget is called simply the Nvidia Shield, which means the company probably wants it to lead the lineup that also includes the Shield Tablet and Shield Portable, and it’s powered by the new Tegra X1 processor Nvidia debuted at CES this year. Show More Summary
Nvidia’s latest addition to the Shield range is an Android TV-based console that lets you play games locally by taking advantage of the system’s Tegra X1 SoC, or access on-demand titles through the company’s GRID streaming service. As...Show More Summary
Today NVIDIA has announced their latest addition to the SHIELD product family, the SHIELD Console. Launching in May at $199, the SHIELD Console is a combination microconsole and Android TV box, offering Android TV functionality along with two forms of gaming. Show More Summary
Following in the footsteps of Ouya and Mad Catz, Nvidia is making an Android TV console. Nvidia's first living-room entertainment device is the new Shield Android TV console, which uses Nvidia's Tegra X1 processor, an Android TV operating...Show More Summary
NVIDIA just wrapped up an event in San Francisco, where the Game Developers Conference (GDC) is currently underway, at which the company unveiled a new Android TV streamer, game console, and supercomputer as NVIDIA’s Jen Hsun Huang calls it, all wrapped up in a single, ultra-slim device—the new NVIDIA SHIELD.The NVIDIA SHIELD Console...