LG has teamed up with NVIDIA to offer 2021 4K Smart TV owners free priority membership to NVIDIA GeForce NOW for six months. According to the Korean TV makers, the promotion kicks off as GeForce NOW moves out of beta on LG TVs in 80 markets. GeForce NOW enables streaming of free-to-play games purchased from online stores such as Steam, Epic Games Store, Ubisoft Connect and Origin, making LG Smart TVs “high performance gaming machines.” Priority membership will provide faster access to NVIDIA’s servers preventing waiting times for games to start, extended session times, ray-traced graphics with RTX ON and high-res gameplay at up to 60 frames per second.
GeForce NOW Priority membership is open to anyone who purchases an applicable 2021 LG TV model during the promotion period in participating markets. The offer will run in the United States from February 1st to March 20th and will require customers to download and install GeForce NOW on their new TVs.
Down4sound has announced the launch of the BASSBX G01 Wireless Bluetooth Speaker. With a claimed competition-busting 40W of power, the new weather-resistant speaker boasts a Bluetooth 5.0 chipset for faster connection and better wireless Bluetooth range, and a battery life of 7 – 8 hours. The BASSBX G01 also features shock-absorbing rubber feet and soft-touch rubber buttons.
Product Developer and Chief of Marketing at Down4sound. Mr. Jacob Scott said, “Our new BASSBX G01 Wireless Bluetooth Speaker is simply a focused sound that is for the performance audio bass-heavy enthusiasts. This innovative product is a typical representation of our brand’s commitments to constantly offer the best and most favorable but high-performance wireless devices to all our customers.”
The speaker is available in red, grey, blue and black, and can be purchased direct here.
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