s seeing is believing, NVIDIA demonstrated the capabilities of the newly-launched GeForce GTX 980 Ti, and a slew of G-SYNC gaming notebooks at the GeForce VR Experience zone in Grand Hyatt Taipei. Themed ‘Play the Future’, the event hall encompassed many demo stations and VR booths, including a living room setup to best demonstrate the recently-released SHIELD Android TV. Prior to Day 1 of COMPUTEX 2015, NVIDIA CEO JenHsun Huang hosted a roundtable session to provide a walkthrough of the Android-powered 4K set-top box, as well as the Drive PX platform, among others. Interestingly, both are based on the powerful Tegra X1 SoC, powering games and 4K video content on the former, while combined with a second Tegra X1 on the latter to realize the autonomous car.
A 4K gaming system to demonstrate the latest Maxwell-based flagship graphics card from NVIDIA, the GeForce GTX 980 Ti.
Powered by dual Tegra X1 SoCs, the Drive PX platform is further equipped with 10GB DRAM, over 2.3 TeraFLOPS of processing power and 1.3 gigapixels/second throughput, capable of handling 12 two-megapixel cameras at up to 60 fps each for auto-piloted driving and parking.
The SHIELD Android TV comes complete with the SHIELD Controller for navigation, gaming, and voice search. The vertical stand and dedicated remote are sold separately.