Computer hardware company NVIDIA announced its new streaming service, but it won’t be a competitor to Netflix or Hulu. The streaming service called GeForce Now, it’ll be able to process the power of high-end graphics processors to devices that don’t normally run large game programs into smartphones laptops and TVsother devices that aren’t necessarily geared toward gaming.
GeForce NOW we’ll be competing against Google’s Stadia which offers a 4K version as part of an installment service of $9.99 per month, while the free high-definition version is expected to roll out this year.
On the other hand there is a free membership GeForce NOW, and a Founders version at $4.99 per month alongside a free tier. Google Stadia offers a 4K version as part of its premium service priced at $9.99 per month.