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Introducing GeForce RTX R.O.N. – World’s First Holographic Gaming Assistant

MikehaMikeha Member EpicPosts: 8,836
Meet R.O.N. – a revolutionary, AI-powered holographic assistant that delivers the thrill of personalized PC gaming from your desktop.  The new voice of gaming is here!   
https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/...

Bring your rig to life with powerful AI-enabled, real-time game coaching and 3D AR displays.  Tame the beast within using all new RageConverter technology.   Take on trolls with cutting-edge TrollDestroyer capabilities.   Now you can do it all with GeForce RTX R.O.N.  



Comments

  • ChildoftheShadowsChildoftheShadows Member RarePosts: 941
    Someday someone needs to create something amazing and begin their first commercials for April 1.
  • Mars_OrbitalMars_Orbital Member RarePosts: 566
    NSA loves R.O.N.
    "Killed just about everything that walked or crawled at one time or another,and I'm here to kill you Little Bill, for what you did to Ned" - William Munny / Unforgiven .
  • Mars_OrbitalMars_Orbital Member RarePosts: 566
    APRIL FOOLS DERPDERPDERP
    "Killed just about everything that walked or crawled at one time or another,and I'm here to kill you Little Bill, for what you did to Ned" - William Munny / Unforgiven .
  • QuizzicalQuizzical Member LegendaryPosts: 20,573
    They conveniently neglect to mention the fine print.

    1)  RON only works with the latest GeForce experience software, which have a clause added to the EULA that allows them to do absolutely anything they want with your computer.  That's necessary in order for RON to give you optimal advice, you see.

    2)  RON is incapable of seeing anything on non G-sync monitors.  FreeSync monitors need not apply, even if they're officially G-sync compatible.

    3)  When you plug RON into a USB port, it will check to see if your motherboard is on the official whitelist of motherboards approved to work with RON.  The way to get a motherboard added to the whitelist is for the vendor that produces is to pay a $5 "RON tax" per unit sold to Nvidia.

    4)  If RON detects that there is a Radeon card in your house, it will deactivate itself.  Even if the computer it is plugged into has a GeForce card.
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