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PC manufacturers are increasingly turning their attention to gaming notebooks, empowering them with blazing fast processors and state-of-the-art graphics cards. No longer must notebooks place second fiddle to hulking desktops — instead, mobile warriors can now enjoy the same fruits as their more stationary brethren. Such is the case with Origin PC’s EVO15-S, which is a 15-inch class gaming notebook measures just 0.69-inches thick and weighs just under four pounds (3.96-pounds to be exact). Mobile gamers will be greeted with a 15.6-inch 1920x1080 IPS anti-glare display, that is powered by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 GPU (6GB). The onboard GTX 1060 also means that the EVO15-S is VR-ready, capable... Read more...
2016 is shaping up to be a big year for consumer virtual reality (VR) headsets. The Oculus Rift is now shipping to customers, and the HTC Vive is following closely behind. Then in October, the PlayStation VR will transform the PlayStation 4 gaming experience. But in order for gamers to take full advantage of their newfangled VR headsets, developers actually need the tools to develop immersive virtual environments. That’s why NVIDIA is launching its VR Ready program to ensure that developers have the tools and technology backing them to create virtual experiences, covering a wide spectrum of fields including medical, digital content creation, manufacturing/construction and architectural design.... Read more...
Brace yourselves folks, this could be a breakout year for virtual reality. We know, you've heard that before, maybe even long before the Oculus Rift resurrected the category with a high profile Kickstarter run. But here's the thing, the industry at large is captivated by VR, and some big names are making preparations for what lies ahead. Obviously Oculus is one of them as it gets ready to open pre-orders for its Rift headset. But it's far from the only company enamored with VR -- so is NVIDIA, which has partnered with a whole bunch of companies to offer "GeForce GTX VR Ready" PCs, notebooks, and graphics cards. Sure, it's a marketing play, but it's not an empty one. "NVIDIA's GeForce GTX VR Ready... Read more...