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Not really that surprising that they are catching old chips with mobile chips at last.
Because if they kept it as it should be it'd look like this...


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Logarithmic scale means that the exact opposite of what you added to the graph would happen.
 
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A couple years ago I was expecting this next generation of "consoles" to actually be phones. As in like plug the phone into your TV and play. Perhaps the phone would be the controller. Obviously I thought too highly of the human race and we didn't develop phones fast enough...but the next generation? Or perhaps some one will come out of no where and kill this generation early with a tablet that has all the capability of the consoles plus the portability.

I think I am siding with Nvidia on this one. Though I thought their decision to stay out of the console market was a good idea in the beginning too. Perhaps if they stood to gain more off of it, but hardware is never the profit point of consoles. Sony and MS will probably be getting a very small profit or even taking a small loss on each console because selling the games is where the money comes from. If they are already taking a loss I can guaranty they will be tight with the purse strings when buying the hardware too.

Plus mobile is where it's at. Now with the all the talk of always on Internet connections and games being tied to hardware...if it ends up being true the limited portability of consoles just got much worse. I can easily see kids wanting an iPad over a PS4.
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?

Logarithmic scale means that the exact opposite of what you added to the graph would happen.

True, it was meant to be a bit of sarcasm actually. wink.gif
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Not really that surprising that they are catching old chips with mobile chips at last.
Because if they kept it as it should be it'd look like this...


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Oh Nvidia...
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A couple years ago I was expecting this next generation of "consoles" to actually be phones. As in like plug the phone into your TV and play. Perhaps the phone would be the controller. Obviously I thought too highly of the human race and we didn't develop phones fast enough...but the next generation? Or perhaps some one will come out of no where and kill this generation early with a tablet that has all the capability of the consoles plus the portability.

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Plus mobile is where it's at. Now with the all the talk of always on Internet connections and games being tied to hardware...if it ends up being true the limited portability of consoles just got much worse. I can easily see kids wanting an iPad over a PS4.

Very much this.
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True, it was meant to be a bit of sarcasm actually. wink.gif

Well apparently my sarcasm detector wasn't working tongue.gif
 
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A couple years ago I was expecting this next generation of "consoles" to actually be phones. As in like plug the phone into your TV and play. Perhaps the phone would be the controller. Obviously I thought too highly of the human race and we didn't develop phones fast enough...but the next generation? Or perhaps some one will come out of no where and kill this generation early with a tablet that has all the capability of the consoles plus the portability.

I think I am siding with Nvidia on this one. Though I thought their decision to stay out of the console market was a good idea in the beginning too. Perhaps if they stood to gain more off of it, but hardware is never the profit point of consoles. Sony and MS will probably be getting a very small profit or even taking a small loss on each console because selling the games is where the money comes from. If they are already taking a loss I can guaranty they will be tight with the purse strings when buying the hardware too.

Plus mobile is where it's at. Now with the all the talk of always on Internet connections and games being tied to hardware...if it ends up being true the limited portability of consoles just got much worse. I can easily see kids wanting an iPad over a PS4.

LoL you know.. I actually thought of this too. But what I thought It was going to be was your phone had a projector on the back that flashed full hd image onto a wall ANYWHERE you go. Using a bluetooth controller, this would be the most successful gaming system out there. But we all know phones lack power and batteries lack juice powerful enough to make this possible. I don't believe we will ever have batteries powerful enough for this to happen.
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LoL you know.. I actually thought of this too. But what I thought It was going to be was your phone had a projector on the back that flashed full hd image onto a wall ANYWHERE you go. Using a bluetooth controller, this would be the most successful gaming system out there. But we all know phones lack power and batteries lack juice powerful enough to make this possible. I don't believe we will ever have batteries powerful enough for this to happen.

That might be a few years beyond what I am envisioning...but I think it might come along one day. if you just did the projection in your home while on a dock of some kind then it would be on AC power. And honestly you wouldn't be doing this all over the place...you aren't going to whip out BF5 and start playing on the wall of the library for example.

I think the biggest hurdle to this is that the companies that might have the ability to do something like this don't want to. Microsoft wants to sell you a PS operating system and a console. Apple want to sell you a laptop and phone/tablet (though does Apple even have an equivalent to the Galaxy Note? A phone-tablet combo?)

Honestly if something like this happens I think it will come out of a place like Nvidia...AMD might do it too and it will devastate the companies that are trying to sell separate devices.
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More like this, lol.

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The truth is if you like one or another company very much,you'll defenitlly try to say something positive about them. A Nvidia fan will always try to protect his view about the company and visa versa. It's not a bad thing because it makes reading here at overclockers so much more interesting!! biggrin.gif Ok and now my little truth is I'f like the underdog always so guest it if you can! biggrin.gif
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