New Box Announced by Shadow for its Cloud Gaming Service

Published By : 29 Aug 2018 | Published By : QYRESEARCH

Shadow has announced a new box for its cloud gaming service through its French company Blade. This box helps users connect to their cloud computer in a highly efficient manner.

More Insights about the New Technology Offered by Shadow

The updated box device called Shadow Ghost helps users to connect all available ports and wireless technologies to a TV or a monitor, thus witnessing a new exhilarating gaming experience. The box costs US$35 per month, and thereby provides users with a state-of-the-art gaming PC in a data center nearby. Shadow gives users 8 threads on an Intel Xeon 2620 processor, an Nvidia Quadro P5000 GPU that performs as well as an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080, 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. The operations are on Windows 10, and hence overall provide a full package of technological superior experience to users.

Compared to the previous generations, Shadow Ghost is completely silent. Blade also as ensured that users won’t need to use dongles either, due to the presence of an HDMI port by default, instead of a DisplayPort. The device also supports both Wi-Fi as well as Bluetooth. Blade has implemented high energy-efficient in its Shadow Ghost gadget, and reports peg energy consumption at about three times less power than the previously existing Shadow device.

The company had started with a dedicated box since its inception, and the first Shadow box was an odd-shaped device with few USB ports and DisplayPorts. This way, users could replace their PCs and use the provided peripherals. However, the company decided to upgrade their technology, mainly by focusing more on the performance.

Shadow Ghost will be launched sometime during the last quarter of 2018. For now, the service itself is currently available in France, Germany, the U.K., Belgium, Switzerland, and Luxembourg. In the U.S., the company has a data center near San Francisco and another one on the East Coast.

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