Like usual, Nvidia had one of the more eventful shows at CES. Its keynote revealed a number of new products, including the Tegra 4 processor and Project SHIELD. The latter is the most interesting as Nvidia is now competing in the dedicated gaming device market.
Now, all of us can't be at CES, but Nvidia has deemed it proper to give us all a tour of its massive booth. From the booth, you can see all the new products the company is bringing to PC gaming, including GRID and Nvidia Experience. The former is Nvidia's take on cloud gaming, while the latter is new software that will help inexperienced PC gamers get the most out of their machine without having to edit video settings.
The company also showed that it was not afraid to branch out of the PC gaming market. There were multiple smart cars on display that had touchscreen interfaces powered by Nvidia's Tegra 4 processors. The Tegra 4 is also found in Nvidia's new gaming handheld - Project SHIELD. It will play all the latest and greatest Android games as well as stream PC games to the handheld using GRID.
All in all, Nvidia had one of the strongest showings at the annual tech show. All of the products it showed may not be successful in the future, but they're at least really interesting.
As an added bonus, here's a more detailed look at Project SHIELD: