NVIDIA Working On Tegra K1 Powered Game Console That Streams PC Games

NVIDIA is reportedly working on a new game console that is powered by the Tegra K1 chipset. BBC reports that this new console will support PC game streaming features like the NVIDIA Shield and will come with a special controller using which users will be able to play games.

Not just that, since the device will be powered by a Tegra K1 chipset, they will be able to run Android games on the console as well. At present, we cannot tell whether this will be a Shield 2, a Shield tablet or a OUYA-like microconsole as BBC reports.

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Source BBC
Channels Gadgets, Gaming
Topics Android, NVIDIA, Microconsole, Tegra K1, NVIDIA Shield 2, Shield Tablet, PC game streaming
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