Today at CES 2018 Nvidia launched its game streaming service Now GeForce in beta for computers on Windows in North America and Europe. The Mac version became available last year. Within the test function is free, but then her plan to monetize.
To show how the service works, Nvidia launched it on two laptops for $ 400 (~23 000), and, most importantly, the 14-inch HP Stream with Intel Celeron N3060, 4GB of RAM and integrated graphics for $ 200 (~11 500 rubles).
The picture is not perfect, but there probably is a problem in screen with a resolution of 1366×768. In addition, Nvidia is launching a new feature aimed at smoothing images in games that support it, for example, Fortnite.
The list of supported games can be viewed on the website. To use the GeForce Now is required an Internet connection with a speed of 25 Mbps.