Last Updated: December 27th, 2012
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It's time to wrap up our NVIDIA Tegra holiday giveaways here at Android Police, and we've saved what we think is the best for last. We really like the One X (color may not be white as shown below, just FYI), and by relation, we also really like the One X+. So we're giving away one of each today, courtesy of NVIDIA, both with a little deal-sweetener right in the box, in the form of a $25 AMEX gift card.
What's so special about Tegra 3?
Last Updated: June 5th, 2012
NVIDIA's first Tegra Zone Player's Choice Awards has been going on for two weeks now, so that leaves only one more week to get your vote in. If you haven't heard, the TZPCA is your chance to let NVIDIA know which Tegra Zone games are your favorite in three difference categories: best graphics, best gameplay, and best overall.When you vote, you're also throwing your name in the hat to win one of seven Tegra Zone Gamepacks, so head right here to make it happen. Alternatively, if you'd prefer to vote from your mobile, simply scan the QR on the right.
Last Updated: June 3rd, 2012
Last week, we told you about NVIDIA's first Player's Choice Awards - a way to let the players speak out about which Tegra Zone games have the best graphics, the best gameplay, and are just the most fun to sit down and play. Not only that, but NVDIA is giving away seven Tegra Zone Gamepacks to seven lucky winners just for voting in the PCA. So, if you haven't done so already, head over to the Tegra Zone and vote for your favorites! (alternatively, just hit the QR code on the right to go there on your mobile).
Speaking of awesome Tegra Zone games with incredible graphics, have you seen Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode II?
Last Updated: June 6th, 2012
Can you believe that it's already been a year since NVIDIA launched the Tegra Zone - the go-to place to find Tegra-optimized games? Neither can I. Since its release, we've seen numerous new devices hit the market with Tegra Zone support, including a handful of devices with the monstrous Tegra 3 superchip. Not only that, but we've seen even more Tegra Zone games show up, and watched them get more and more console-like along the way.
For example, let's take a look at one of my favorite Tegra Zone games: The Dark Meadow. This surreal horror-fest really shows what the Tegra 3 superchip is capable of with its ultra-detailed environments, fluid gameplay, and realistic-looking hellish creatures from the abyss.