We expected NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang to introduce a revamped Shield TV at CES; what we didn't expect was for the new device to practically be a carbon copy of the original. Sure, it's a lot smaller, but inside it's running all of the same hardware we saw in 2015. And yet, NVIDIA claims it's still much more powerful than any other set-top box. That's a testament to how robust the company's X1 chip is, but it's disappointment new for anyone who was hoping for something fresh. On the bright side, the new $200 Shield comes with a new controller that's light years ahead of the last one. It's not revolutionary, but you can think of it as a refined spin on NVIDIA's original set-top box concept.
The next o7 show will be on Sunday February 12!
We look forward to talking to you about what's coming up in EVE and what's happening in the community.
The CCP offices are really buzzing these days, developers are mapping out new features and improvements for EVE, we're about to have a CSM summit here in Reykjavik followed by elections for CSM 12 and of course Fanfest is happening April 6-8 with preparations already roaring!
We want to remind you all that you can send us videos, screenshots, artwork or whatever else you feel should be on the o7 show. Shoutouts and tips are welcome too. Our E mail address is...
We'd also like to propose a little contest!
Send us your favorite unconventional fit for a tech 1 cruiser. Something that's not quite the standard approach but still works well in your opinion. In your own few words, tell us why it works. We'll look over the fits and pick what we like...and we'll have some skins and PLEX for the winner(s).
Send your fit to the same E mail address, evetv@ccpgames with the subject "My fit" - Deadline is February 5!
Tune in for the show Sunday Feb 12 at 20:00 UTC (EVE time) on any of our channels:
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That's it! We look forward to having fun with you on Feb 12!