Blade Shadow lets you game on your tablet like it's a full PC
Are you ready to ditch your personal computer for one in a data center far, far away?
Then you may be ready to subscribe to blade shadow service.
How does it work, blade buys a high end Windows 10 PC, which resides somewhere, and then rents it to you for a monthly fee.
You access it via an app on any device with a screen attached to it that's running Android, ISO, Linux, Mac OS, Windows 10 and more.
All the processing takes place remotely, streaming back and forth over Wi-Fi to whatever device you have with a display attached.
In theory, it should feel like you have a full, well equipped computer stashed under your desk which can run on a phone, tablet or smart TV.
Blake keeps the system up to date so you never really need to think about it again until the bill comes.
That bill can range between $35 and $50 a month.
The company says it's powerful enough to play games at up to 140 frames per second in HD, or 60 frames per second in 4K.
As well as perform other traditionally CPU Or GPU intensive tasks.
And as you can see, it demos really well.
And in the few minutes I got to play on it, it felt really responsive and, yes, just like it was running locally.
Over the past few years they've been slowly rolling it out in France and at CAS 2018 the company announced that it'll be available in California starting February 15th.
And then rolling out across the rest of the US in summer of 2018.
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