Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 4th Jan 2011 16:04 UTC
Games Ah, OnLive. This company is trying to bring streaming gaming to the mainstream, and has has just announced a pretty significant partnership with Vizio, the US' largest LCD TV seller. Vizo TVs, smartphones, tablets, and Blu-Ray players will all come equipped, out of the box, with OnLive's streaming service.
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RE: Comment by ssokolow
by Hiev on Tue 4th Jan 2011 18:16 UTC in reply to "Comment by ssokolow"
Hiev
Member since:
2005-09-27

It would be interesting to know the kind of video hardware this devices will come to.

IMHO consoles are going the way of the dodo.

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RE[2]: Comment by ssokolow
by orestes on Tue 4th Jan 2011 18:22 in reply to "RE: Comment by ssokolow"
orestes Member since:
2005-07-06

Then you've never played OnLive. It's a fantastic concept but the level of input lag you see on various games is completely unacceptable.

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RE[2]: Comment by ssokolow
by fran on Tue 4th Jan 2011 20:25 in reply to "RE: Comment by ssokolow"
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2010-08-06

The hardware on the user side is the thin client type.
The most powerfull in this micro console will probably be a broadcom or broadcom type processor.

The actual graphics processing takes place on the OnLive servers with vast RAID arrays and SLI typed connected GPU's which is streamed to you.

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