By Bishal Deep Basnet on Jan 07,2019 - 19:49
Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang showed off his company's gaming chops at his annual CES presentation Sunday.
Before a packed crowd at the MGM Grand Conference Center, Huang unveiled the GeForce RTX 2060, the chipmaker's new, lower-priced graphics card. The card costs $349 (about £270 or AU$490) and will go on sale Jan. 15. In comparison, the more powerful RTX 2070 is $599 and RTX 2080 is $799.
Huang also said 40 new laptops in over 100 configurations will be powered by laptop versions of 2060, 2070 and 2080 RTX graphics card and available Jan. 29. 17 of these laptops will offer a Max-Q design, which allows for a thinner body but at the expense of a slightly less powerful machine.
"I think we have redefined mobile gaming," Huang said on stage.
As for its price in Nepal, all that can be said is it will cost A LOT. The graphics card will be launched officially at Jan 15, but there will be a lot of delay for this card to arrive in Nepal.Tags - Nvidia , Gaming , Tech
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