Nvidia to showcase "gaming innovations" next week at CES
Technology company to hold press conference this Sunday where it will showcase unspecified "gaming innovations."
Global technology company Nvidia will hold a press conference during the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this Sunday, January 5, the company has announced.
During the invitation-only event, which will be broadcast live at 8 p.m. PDT, Nvidia will showcase unspecified "gaming innovations," as well as advancements to its Tegra mobile technologies and "advanced automotive display technologies."
If you're attending the event, you can visit the Nvidia booth at the Las Vegas Convention Center's South Hall 3.
Nvidia's main gaming endeavor right now is its $250 Nvidia Shield portable device, which allows users to stream select PC games and download and play various Android titles. Check out our previous coverage of the Nvidia Shield for more.
In addition to whatever Nvidia has planned for CES, the show is also expected to bring news about various Steam Machines from Valve and a variety of third-party manufactures. GameSpot will be in attendance at CES 2014, bringing you all the news from the show.
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