While there were hundreds of noteworthy exhibitions at the International CES event this year, one of them really caught my eye as a PC gamer – NVIDIA GRID. Essentially NVIDIA GRID is a cloud gaming venture backed by the graphics giant NVIDIA, allowing access to major game titles that are entirely processed and streamed from the cloud.
What does this mean? Gamers can play PC game titles without specific PC or Console hardware outside of a standard controller or input of some kind (e.g. gamepad, mouse/keyboard). You can even use a smart TV which has almost no processing power and offers a potentially enormous screen to play traditional PC games on. Read more →