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Tuesday, 10 January 2012 01:54

Nvidia shows off Splashtop on Tegra 3

Written by Fuad Abazovic



CES 2012: Perfect for lazy gits


Nvidia used its Tegra 3 demo at CES to show off Splashtop, a pretty demanding app that enables users to enjoy a proper PC experience on their tablets.

In the demo, an Asus Transformer Prime was used to control some relatively basic PC functions, play media and check Facebook. However, the tablet also proved capable of showing some more demanding stuff, like gaming.

Although we don’t see many users using their tablets to play PC games, Splashtop seems like a pretty handy feature, allowing users to access their media libraries or documents, straight off the PC. Sounds great for people who don’t like getting out of bed. [Everyone then? Ed]

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