GeForce NOW Will Soon Have Cloud G-SYNC Support + Android Devices To Get Major Performance Boost

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The GeForce NOW announcements from CES 2024 continue with the news that GeForce NOW is to receive cloud G-SYNC support that will help to further minimize both stuttering and latency when playing your favorite games on GeForce NOW.

When cloud G-SYNC is enabled, G-SYNC-compatible monitors will vary the display refresh rate, to match the games streaming refresh rate to help provide a smoother gameplay experience.

Android Devices Get a Major Boost.

Mobile gamers who use GeForce NOW on their Android devices will soon be able to set their streaming resolution to 1440p, which will help provide better graphics for Android devices with larger screens.

Keyboard and mouse support will also be coming to GeForce NOW on Android devices, where gamers will be able to connect their device via a USB-C docking station, to a gaming monitor or TV which will not only allow them to play their games on the larger screen via their Android device but will also allow them to use a keyboard and mouse should they wish to.

Essentially, GeForce NOW is about to turn Android devices into high-performance gaming rigs!


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