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Watch The Nvidia CES 2017 Live As They Announce New Gaming, AI And Self-Driving Car

By Monica U Santos , Jan 05, 2017 03:32 AM EST
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Nvidia is scheduled to take to the stage at CES 2017 in Las Vegas on 4 January 2017 to showcase the latest in gaming, artificial intelligence (AI) and a self-driving car technology. While it might be at an unfriendly hour, here’s how you can watch the Nvidia CES 2017 live stream and be the first to know the announcement.

Nvidia CES 2017 To Announce New Gaming, AI And Self-Driving Car

Nvidia is set to take to the stage at CES 2017 in Las Vegas on 4 January 2017 to showcase their latest news regarding gaming, AI as well as self-driving car technology. If you want to know the latest announcement from the company but you are too far from the location, good news is that you can watch it on live streaming!

According to PCAdvicer, the keynote is due to kick off at 6:30 pm PST schedule on 4 January 2017 from the CES 2017 in Las Vegas.

For those wanting to watch from home, you’ll have to tune in tonight, technically 5 January for other places, from around 2:30 am GMT. Therefore, even you are in Asia, Antartica or whatever continent you are in right now, there is a chance for you to watch the Nvidia CES 2017 live stream tonight, along with the answers on rumors as to what to expect from the announcement.

Watch The Nvidia CES 2017 Live

According to Forbes, the first piece of expected news on Nvidia's announcement is the service that enables games to run in the cloud instead of locally on a computer. It is called the GeForce Now which is intended to reach people who want to play the latest PC games but who don't have enough time, money or own PCs. The said service is supposed to give all users on low-end PCs or even Macs access to high-end PC games with the latest graphics.

All interested users around the world can head directly to the Nvidia website where the company will be hosting a dedicated live stream just for the fans. You can also check Nvidia's social sites for more announcement regarding the live stream.
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“We estimate that there are a billion users with Macs or older PCs who would love to enjoy games but don’t have the capability,” said Nvidia CEO and co-founder Jen-Hsun Huang. “We thought wouldn’t it be amazing to put something like Amazon Web Services does for businesses and do it for the consumers. “

 

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