Half-Life 2 on Shield tablet

Posted by Jon Peddie on November 25th 2015 | Permalink
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Playing an action-packed FPS on an 8-inch screen—amazing experience and memories Ten years old and still fantastic, one of the best games ever has been ported to Android and Nvidia’s Tegra-based Shield tablet. The game is a whopping 2 GB and takes about an hour or more

Is that a console in your pocket?

Posted by Ted Pollak on November 25th 2015 | Permalink
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The Shield reveals new talents As a matter of fact, that is a console in my pocket, my back pocket, and I am also happy to see you because I have good news. Hardcore PC gamers finally have their best option for HDTV gaming.  Why? Because hardcore PC gamers

AMD’s R9 290 series drives 4K monitors well

Posted by Robert Dow on November 19th 2015 | Permalink
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The Graphics Core Next architecture is opening up the 4K gamer market  There is a shift coming in the high-end gaming segment, with more and more enthusiast gaming, and gamers, converting to Ultra HD. The new high-end AIBs will be tasked with displaying playable frame rates in these higher

AMD’s Radeon R9 Nano 4K gaming AIB is small and powerful

Posted by Jon Peddie on November 17th 2015 | Permalink
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Tightly coupled high-bandwidth memory reduces size, cost, and power while delivering great performance AMD’s new Nano add-in board (AIB) is an edgy product for the Mini-ITX market. It features on-chip high-bandwidth memory (HBM), and it’s just 6.25 inches deep, smaller than the R9 Fury X. The Nano