Nvidia has a habit of making fun announcements at CES every year, and it looks like this year isn't going to be any different. The company has been teasing some fun things planned during the announcement over the last couple of days, and like all of Nvidia's recent events there's a live stream where everyone at home can watch alongside those of us sitting at the event to see what new things are headed our way soon.
For the most part, Nvidia has done a decent job keeping their announcement free of spoilers. We know to expect something about their continued work in cars, which isn't surprising given the direction infotainment systems have gone over the last year, and we know to expect something about the next generation of GPU tech. Details have been thin to say the least, and you can bet a leather clad Jen-Hsun Huang will fill in the blanks soon. If you can't wait, have a look at the overall best graphics cards available now.
Everything is expected to start at 6PM PST, and we'll be right there ready to put hands on whatever is there to touch and ask any questions that need asking. Grab some popcorn, if history is any indicator this event will be full of great information.
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