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Tuesday, 05 February 2013 17:49

Nvidia shows more of Project Shield

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Running Borderlands 2 via stream


In its weekly Project Shield PC Monday, Nvidia decided to show off a bit more hands-on time with its Project Shield console announced earlier this year at CES.

In case you somehow managed to miss it, Project Shield is Nvidia's handheld console that combines a Tegra 4 equipped Android based controller/console with a screen and which can easily stream any PC game to a bigger screen.

During the CES keynote, we had a chance to see Need For Speed streamed from the PC system and now Nvidia decided to show off some Borderlands 2 gaming on the Project Shield. The game was streamed from a PC with Geforce GTX 680 graphics card with maximum graphics settings.

You can check out the video below and find more over at Nvidia's blog site.


Last modified on Wednesday, 06 February 2013 08:52

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