The highlight of Nvidia's press conference may have been announcing a Tegra 3-powered ASUS Eee Pad, but the 45-minute time slot gave CEO Jen-Hsun Huang ample time to show off the power of its latest chip.
In addition to demoing apps such as the photo editor Snapseed on a Windows 8 tablet, Huang touted Tegra 3's performance and graphics capabilities by staging a game of Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (a graphics-intensive Direct X11 title) with the remote-login software Splashtop. What you'll see below is a gamer streaming Elder Scrolls from the laptop and playing it on the Windows 8 tablet.
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