Nvidia to introduce 'GameStream-ready' PCs and routers

Tech designed to simplify streaming of games to the Shield portable console

Nvidia is set to introduce "GameStream-ready" PCs and routers in an initiative designed to simplify the process of using its wireless game streaming technology.

The GameStream technology is designed to allow low-latency streaming of home PC games via Wi-Fi to Nvidia's Shield portable games console.


According to IGN, a number of known computer providers and manufacturers have already signed up for the initiative.

Specific routers from Asus, Buffalo, D-Link, and Netgear are GameStream certified

Nvidia has also teamed with with iBuyPower, Origin, CyberPowerPC and more to create specific GameStream-ready hardware.

For a full list of GameStream-ready hardware click over to Nvidia's website.