What Happens in Vegas: Watch NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang Speak on Eve of CES

by Brian Caulfield

We can’t wait to get started.

The Consumer Electronics Show opens officially on Tuesday, but we’ll get ahead of the game early – kicking off our press event on Sunday evening to show you what we’ve been up to. Tune in.

Over the past few years, our Sunday show has become the unofficial start of CES — and it gets going with a bang. At last year’s, we took the lid off Tegra K1, a mobile processor with 192 graphics cores. The year before, we introduced the NVIDIA SHIELD portable.

Behind the glitz, there’s plenty of grinding. Over the past two decades, NVIDIA has invested more than $9 billion in new visual computing technologies. Events like CES give NVIDIA — and the companies building technical wonders that rely on our breakthroughs — a way to show consumers what they’ll be seeing in the new year.

Over the years, that story has evolved. Twenty years ago, the PC was the center of the consumer technology universe. The weight has now shifted to mobile devices — phones, tablets and even cars.

We’ll reveal the latest chapter at our event. You can follow all our news from CES at www.nvidia.com/ces2015. And you can watch our keynote address Sunday at 8 pm Pacific time on our blog. Bookmark it now, but that page doesn’t go live until show time.

See you then.

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  • https://plus.google.com/u/0/115605168398121887465/about Anzhel Bozhinov

    Tegra M1! ^_^

  • Mark Axelrad

    And with the Tegra Maxwell, a new version of the shield portable driven by it 😀

  • zxcvbad

    Phone SoC with Cuda and desktop GL, that’s all we need

  • http://www.prreklam.com/slutet/ Force Majeure

    Ohh yeah! Tegra M1 or K2. Dual 64 bit with Maxwell GPU, that’s going to be something. I’ll subscribe to that.

  • Romeo

    I wish that one could finally slice the Apple in half (pun intended) and show us what nvidia can do for mobile graphics.

  • Garrett Miller

    Maybe I’ll get a tablet this year if it’s powered by one of those.

  • yeah right

    They need something on the market by march for the Maxwell. They can’t take ages again. If so, I’ll invest in nvidia products.

  • ThisOtherGuy

    Maybe we will even be lucky enough to be “graced” with the presence of an eight gigabyte 980 or alternative die size.

  • http://www.prreklam.com/slutet/ Force Majeure

    Okej, it’s out, it’s named Tegra X1, M1 would have been better IMHO, but anyway. 8 Inch (1290×1200) tablet with it and I’m getting one, but with my luck only big, useless 1o inchers are going to come out.

  • http://www.prreklam.com/slutet/ Force Majeure

    I wont buy any tablet bigger than 8 inch, so I guess there’s not going to be one for me this time either.