NVIDIA TEGRA 3 SHADOWGUN MULTIPLAYER PRIME TRANSFORMER
NVIDIA TEGRA 3 SHADOWGUN MULTIPLAYER PRIME TRANSFORMER - The Nvidia Tegra SoC 3 is an excellent platform for gaming and the presentation of two new solutions for their tablet opens new scenarios, reducing the distance more than the console classic.
During CES in Las Vegas held in January were shown two new technologies that open up interesting and unusual scenarios for gaming on tablets, specially for those of new generation, based on Nvidia Tegra SoC 3, one of the most powerful ever among those available on the market. The benchmark results shown in the past months had already revealed the potential of these devices based on the system on a chip of the Green Team, confirmed also by the boom of titles in development for this hardware platform.
Thanks to the technical characteristics of which has, in fact, Tegra 3 is now able to offer a gaming experience comparable to that of the last generation consoles like Sony PlayStation 2and Microsoft XBox. However, the flexibility of these devices was still lower than that offered by the console, allowing for example to play in more people, both online and locally.So far at least. Yeah, because what we saw last Consumer Electronics Show has dropped even these limits residues.
In particular we refer to the possibility of playing on up to 8 players via WiFi and Games SplashTop Plus, an app that turns your tablet into a remote controller to handle games well rendered on a desktop or notebook. Both demos were shown on a tablet Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime , based sull’accoppiata own Google Android and Nvidia Tegra 3. So the first demo showed the ability to play multiplayer, up to a maximum of eight, with the same title, ShadowGun, using the WiFi connection.
First Asus used for testing was then in turn connected to a larger display via HDMI, showing the final result, ie a game with a console-quality graphics, which ran smoothly at 60 frames per second, thanks to the ability to Tegra 3.
Regarding the second issue has worked with Nvidia to optimize SplashTop Games Plus app that allows you to connect wirelessly just a tablet to a notebook or desktop computer, then using it as a remote controller.
Even in this case was used Asus Prime Transformer, while the game in question was The Elder Scroll’s IV: Skyrim. The controller worked very well, transmits commands smoothlywithout lag or slowdown, despite the WiFi connection. So now seems increasingly clear that the tablet could soon become the console of the future: in fact the last exceeded limits related to hardware and more new features are implemented there is nothing to curb the spread. The developers seem to believe more and more consumers and the public likes the solution. The traditional console must therefore begin to tremble?
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