Nvidia
got on the stage today


at CES to talk about a number of things, but number one on their list was the Tegra 2 processor. They demoed the
LG Optimus 2X


and showcased how powerful the Tegra 2 would be for gaming. One of the coolest features was watching the online multiplayer dungeon-crawler Dungeon Defenders being played by players on a desktop PC, a PlayStation 3, and the 2X. Not only were they running the same game, they were actually playing together on the same multiplayer server in real time.

Verizon got on stage shortly thereafter and talked about how the low latency of their LTE network would be perfect for gamers. They also promised live multiplayer sessions of Dungeon Defenders played between the Nvidia and Verizon booths over LTE when the show floor opens up. They did not specify what exact device or devices the game would be running on, so it could be anything from a LTE tablet or phone to a laptop with a LTE broadband card. Even so, gamers should be comping at the bit to get their hands on a Tegra 2 phone or tablet once they are released. Check out more pictures and the full press release after the break. [
Android Central liveblog


]


Tegra 2 brings console-quality gaming to mobile, Verizon to demo with LTE


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