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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 800M to make notebook gaming realistic

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 800M to make notebook gaming realistic

This week NVIDIA has introduced a series of gaming notebook GPUs, starting with the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 880M. This series also includes the GTX 870M, 860M, and 850M, and will be ushering in an era in which notebook gaming doesn’t just mean you’re able to sit on a plane for a half hour before your machine dies of heavy gaming action. This series works with a feature NVIDIA calls "Battery Boost", not to put too fine a point on it.

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Wiko WAX hands-on: NVIDIA Tegra 4i gets busy

Wiko WAX hands-on: NVIDIA Tegra 4i gets busy

At last year’s Mobile World Congress we saw the NVIDIA Tegra 4i in a smartphone for the first time - a test model made just to show the processor’s capabilities. This year at MWC 2014 we’re seeing NVIDIA’s first real-deal manufacturer partner for the chip for a smartphone in the Wiko WAX. This device is thin, it’s light, and if NVIDIA has anything to say about it, it’s ready to roll with heavy-duty gaming power as well.

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NVIDIA Tegra NOTE 7 LTE adds 4G to stylus-slate

NVIDIA Tegra NOTE 7 LTE adds 4G to stylus-slate

NVIDIA has added LTE to its Tegra NOTE 7 tablet, with the Tegra NOTE 7 LTE set to take the previously WiFi-only Android slate online from Q2, while also broadening availability across several new companies. The Tegra NOTE 7 LTE will come in two different LTE forms - for the US or for Europe - as well as outfitted with HSPA+ 3G for regions without 4G service, and be priced at $299.

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti Review

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti Review

With the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 and 750 Ti comes the company’s first implementation of their 1st generation Maxwell GPU architecture. Maxwell brings what NVIDIA suggests is the most efficient GPU on the market - efficiency, that is, doing more with less. NVIDIA says they’ve increased the performance of Maxwell up per watt up 2x over Kepler.

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Titanfall: Xbox One vs PC

Titanfall: Xbox One vs PC

After having played the Titanfall Beta on both the Xbox One and PC (via Origin on Windows 8), we’ve come to one conclusion. If you want to play Titanfall on your Xbox One, we’d recommend simply skipping the demo of the PC side of things. When you’ve got a ramped-up beast of a gaming PC pitted against the Xbox One, gameplay is comparable - but the graphics delivery difference is immense.

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