You’re not at Mobile World Congress, but that’s OK — tons of video content ensures you’re seeing all the exciting bits exactly as we do. In case you were curious to see what’s shaking over at NVIDIA’s booth you can check out this official booth tour from Will Park. He showcases everything from Tegra 4 reference devices to NVIDIA Shield, NVIDIA Grid cloud gaming to Tegra 3-enabled in-dash products and more. Don’t forget that we had our own bit of fun over at the company’s booth yesterday where we got our hands on some great new Tegra 4 HD games. Be sure to check that hands-on bit out here, and catch NVIDIA’s booth tour above.
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