Today is April first also known as April Fools’ Day, and so whatever news I’m reading I must regard it could be a joke! Could the new smart speaker with amazing AI known as R.O.N. be an April Fools’ Day joke? I think it’s highly that this new announcement from Nvidia is an April Fools’ Day joke!
If R.O.N. is an April Fools’ Day joke, then I think Nvidia should take their joke more seriously! How come? Although I’m no longer a prolific gamer, but I do have a few urges here and there to fire up a new game from time to time. I could totally see myself wanting to communicate with R.O.N. when I need to play a new game because R.O.N. could give me tips on how to master a new game. According to the video above, R.O.N. could even do a rage conversion which means if I’m angry R.O.N. could tell the gamer world that I’m happy! Anyhow, I think it’s a fantastical idea and the holographic touch is just ice on the cake! Nvidia should develop this joke into a real product!
Just starting to play “Shadow of Tomb Raider” in 4K resolution, and I’m running this game with SLI GTX 1080 graphics cards set-up. In my opinion, even though I’m not running this game with RTX 2080 which got a ray tracing feature, the SLI GTX 1080 graphics cards set-up still makes this game looks so gorgeous. I’m not too picky when it comes to gameplay and whatnot as long the storyline/content isn’t too cheesy, and so far I’m enjoying the game. Check out the video above to see the quality of this game in 4K resolution. To be honest, I did use some magic with video editing software to make the color and the sharpness of the game pop out a little more than usual. Nonetheless, even without such magic the game should look gorgeous still in 4K. Still, I prefer my video to look as good as possible.