NVIDIA talks gaming, Tegra K1 and the Shield #CESLive

Mobile gaming, console-class style

NVIDIA sits down with John P. and Simon Sage to talk about everything mobile gaming. From the first Android-powered handheld console with the Shield, the whole way up to Tegra K1 and cloud gaming or streaming.

Whether you play Shadowgun or Candy Crush Saga, you know how much fun playing games on Android can be. NVIDIA knows as well, and this is 10 minutes of talk about the future of it all.

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Jerry Hildenbrand
Senior Editor — Google Ecosystem

Jerry is an amateur woodworker and struggling shade tree mechanic. There's nothing he can't take apart, but many things he can't reassemble. You'll find him writing and speaking his loud opinion on Android Central and occasionally on Twitter.

  • Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhh yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa everybody clap yo hands Sent from my Nexus 7 2013 or Moto G
  • The K1 is quite cool. I still think that nvidia won't see the adoption that Qualcomm sees. They didn't with the t4 and I dont see that changing with the K1. Posted from my Nexus 7(2013).
  • I agree the tegra 3 had some weird performance after updates on the ñ7 2012 but I think they making strides in optimization Sent from my Nexus 7 2013 or Moto G
  • Should have asked them why they call shaders "cores" when a) no other company does and b) it's just marketing crap meant to fool the average user into thinking NVIDIA cores are an equivalent unit to the "cores" in dual-core/quad-core/octa-core/etc processors.
  • The should have stuck with calling them CUDA cores, people may not know what this means, but at least they would know its a different type of "core".
  • That was a pretty terrible interview, they just spent the entire time heaping wide-eyed praise on Nvidia Why didn't they actually ask questions about the products announced at CES? When can we expect to see devices? How much is perd/watt improved over Tegra 4? What performance increase can we expect from Denver cores? Is it 28nm? Why was the companion core dropped on the Denver model? etc.
  • that's only short interview. i don't think it can cover all the thing you ask. if you want such detail go to anandtech or pc perspective and read the architecture analysis. and for denver most likely nvidia will only release more detail on it when the SoC truly ready (second half of the year).