Tag Archives: NVIDIA

Tegra 4 To Offer Native HDR With No Dual Shot “Stitching”

Though shooting HDR stills is better than having half of your photo over or under exposed, the whole system is inherently flawed. Shooting two photos to later stitch together means there is a lot of room for error or artifacts. If you move the device while shooting or even if a subject in your shot moves, you’ll have a messed up looking photo…. Read more

NVIDIA Continues Teasing Project SHIELD With Riptide GP 2

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=BQtTdMetrm4#! As if we didn’t want NVIDIA Project SHIELD enough, NVIDIA goes ahead and puts up another video of it. This time, there is no shooting, blood, or gore. It’s all about Riptide GP 2, a racing game that trades tarmac for water as you race to the finish line, doing tricks along the way. This… Read more

Tegra 4 Reference Tablet Contains SanDisk iNAND Extreme Memory

Remember those Tegra 4 benchmarks from NVIDIA’s reference tablet? Part of the reason they are so high is because NVIDIA and SanDisk have a partnership, and they used iNAND Extreme memory in the device. One of the biggest issues with devices is a memory bottleneck (very evident with some ASUS devices), causing the device to slow to a crawl when there are… Read more

Tegra 4 Benchmarked, NVIDIA Shows Battery Savings

We recently showed you an HTC One benchmark in Quadrant, and we were blown away. That score was pretty crazy, so much higher than a Galaxy Note II. Now we have the benchmarks of a Tegra 4 reference device, and it gets a massive 16,500 compared to the Snapdragon 600′s 11,800. Though it is a reference device, it’s still incredible impressive. The other… Read more

Dead On Arrival 2 Sneak Peek On NVIDIA Project SHIELD

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=URwg_QiAUhw Dead on Arrival was a game that was basically a top down version of Call of Duty’s original Nazi Zombies. It was a fun game, but we haven’t heard anything about it or its successor for a long time. Today, we get a sneak peek at Dead on Arrival 2 from NVIDIA. As always, NVIDIA is working… Read more

Qualcomm Won’t Be Making a SHIELD-Like Device, Finds It Useless

The Verge recently did an interview with Raj Talluri, the senior vice president of product management, at DICE 2013. The hot topic was NVIDIA Project SHIELD, something many people are saying will revolutionize mobile gaming. His response? There is no need for it. In a bold statement, he said, “I don’t need to make a box. I just need Moga to make a… Read more

NVIDIA Shows Project SHIELD Running Borderlands 2 Through Steam

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=UF7V3h24w38 NVIDIA is starting a new video series called Project SHIELD PC Mondays, showing off more features of the SHIELD and teasing us when we have no release date or price point (cruelty). This video shows the Steam streaming functionality, with the person playing Borderlands 2 streaming from a… Read more

So Far The Only Company Interested In The NVIDIA Tegra 4 Is Toshiba

Toshiba is currently the only manufacturer that is interested in NVIDIA’s Tegra 4 processors. It seems that NVIDIA is having a hard time competing against the likes of Qualcomm, who seems to have monopolized the mobile market. ASUS and Acer, who have used NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 processor in the past, have (for the time being) switched over to manufacturing… Read more