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Everyone just has to realize that streaming games only plays video through the internet. The main PC is doing all of the work.
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I don't know why everyone is bashing this....this is a great idea. It won't be long before this is enabled on Atom powered mobile phones. I might actually buy an internet plan for my phone then........TF2 at work....oh yea.
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I don't know why everyone is bashing this....this is a great idea. It won't be long before this is enabled on Atom powered mobile phones. I might actually buy an internet plan for my phone then........TF2 at work....oh yea.
Loading a website on 3G takes anywhere from 10 sec to 30 sec... and you want to stream 20 fps over that? Even if it's a really low res, it's still not likely to run real time...
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Loading a website on 3G takes anywhere from 10 sec to 30 sec... and you want to stream 20 fps over that? Even if it's a really low res, it's still not likely to run real time...
That doesn't mean it wont ever work, it's a cute start.

I think it's a pretty good idea, but I doubt we'll see it on cell phones anytime soon. Proboably will be 4g before phones have enough bandwidth up and down.
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Everyone just has to realize that streaming games only plays video through the internet. The main PC is doing all of the work.
...Who doesn't realize this, again?
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You do know that they are currently designing 4G or whatever they will call it. Its 128mb/s so it will be possible.

As for not being able to play over the net. My friend hosted a server at home on his 24mb/s net and we were playing games at Uni perfectly fine.
    
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