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Gaming Alternatives: NES Classic Edition, Apple TV, NVIDIA SHIELD TV

There are alternatives to console and PC gaming. Read about them on B&H Explora.

Visually Appealing Monitors and TVs for Gaming

Gamers! Want to find out about the best high-res monitors and TVs to enhance your gaming? Read about them here at B&H Explora.

NVIDIA Unleashes the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Graphics Card

Unveiled at the Games Developers Conference in San Francisco, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang introduced its most powerful NVIDIA GeForce GTX graphics card to date, the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. Faster than the GeForce GTX 1080 and the TITAN X, Huang stated that NVIDIA designed the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti to handle the graphical demands of 4K gaming and to deliver immersive VR experiences.

Livestreaming and Capture or How to Get Paid to Play

If you'd like to make money playing video games, using Twitch online, read this starter advice on B&H Explora.

Game, Stream, and More with the New NVIDIA SHIELD TV Media Players

If you’re looking to stream 4K HDR video and games to your display, then NVIDIA likely has a solution for you—the new SHIELD TV and SHIELD TV Pro will do that and more.

CES 2017: 10 Things We Thought Were Cool at CES

It would be an exercise in futility to try and cover everything at CES. The show is enormous, with thousands of exhibitors showing off their products to the roving hordes of guests, retailer representatives, and media folks. Sure, some of the products at the show are, well, questionable, but plenty of others represent the future of the consumer electronics industry. Here, in no particular order, are some of the standouts.

CES 2017: The NVIDIA SHIELD TV and SHIELD TV Pro

NVIDIA just announced its two newest streaming media players, the 16GB SHIELD TV and the 500GB SHIELD TV Pro, and they both up the game for the entertainment world.

Announcing NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070: Little Brother to the 1080

NVIDIA Pascal Powerhouse: GeForce GTX 1080

Computex 2015: News from Intel and NVIDIA on Day One of the 2015 Show

Intel steps up its game by introducing a new integrated graphics processor—code named Iris—which can be found on the company’s new batch of fifth-gen Intel core chips. This new GPU takes onboard graphics to a new level as it leverages up to 48 execution units and 128MB of embedded DRAM on an LGA desktop chip. You’ll benefit from improved media performance, including enhanced 4K support, smoother gaming, and twice the 3D graphics performance over its predecessors. 

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