Three Amazing NVIDIA-Based Products That Rocked CES

by Brian Caulfield

We came. We saw. We killed it.

We announced Project SHIELD, Tegra 4, and the NVIDIA GRID Cloud Gaming Platform. And we drew more than a thousand visitors an hour to our booth to see all of these new technologies in action.

But there was other NVIDIA excitement on the show floor, as well. Here’s a quick look at three of the products from our partners that rocked CES:

iBUYPOWER Unveils Compact Tower of Power

PC gaming is thriving. Credit innovators such as iBUYPOWER, who are cramming powerful NVIDIA GPUs into compact, beautifully designed cases that leave gamers panting. Its latest product, the Revolt – introduced in Las Vegas this week — starts at just $499.

Razer’s Edge Puts GeForce GPU Into a Tablet

We weren’t the only ones racking up awards at CES. The Razer’s Edge gaming tablet grabbed its share too, including CNET’s “Best of Show,” award. Crowds jammed into Razer’s booth for hands-on time with the GeForce-powered device.

Vizio Shows Off Tegra 4 Tablet

Vizio tantalized the tech press with a Tegra 4-powered tablet.  “It’s really, really light. The kind of light where we picked the tablet up and wondered immediately whether there was a battery inside, or anything for that matter,” The Verge wrote about Vizio’s yet-to-be-named device. “Vizio appears to have built an impressive 10-inch Android slate.”

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  • George Goldson

    Can we have some videos? 🙂

  • Luis Felipe Munoz

    Project shield Lo mejor . Como siempre Nvidia sorprendiendo al mundo . Graciasss 😀

  • Linda Caplinger

    Hi George,

    Did you see the video of CES 2013 that we posted here?

  • Sarah Pedersen

    A video would be lovely indeed. I have the Tegra 3 CPU in my ASUS tablet. I have never witnessed so much sheer and raw power in a mobile CPU. And the graphics power is way better than in my iPhone 4. I enjoy playing on my tablet and I have great respect for Razer, because they use your new Tegra 4 CPU. Keep up the good work NVidia! 😀

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  • Sagar Rawal

    The Vizio Tegra 4 tablet looks amazing.  For those interested in a video: