Nvidia may take a shot at a refreshed Nvidia Shield Tablet – and it might be a 2-in-1 gadget ready to switch into workstation and desktop modes, as indicated by XDA Developers.
In its latest build, the Shield Experience software controls set-top boxes of Nvidia’s Shield TV, and the most up to date version shows an unreleased feature known as “NvDtExp,” which XDA Developers conjectures are Nvidia Desktop Experience. It initially showed up in Shield Experience software last year in December and has just barely been noticed.
Given that the organization hasn’t refreshed the product for any of its now-halted tablets in a year, the news site concluded that “Mystique” is another tablet being developed – to saddle this feature. It can be switched between three diverse UI modes: Dynamic, Tablet and Desktop.
The code of Desktop Experience build supposedly checks whether the gadget used is a “Mystique” – XDA Developers stated the probability of a start menu visibility and ‘mouse float control’ for the desktop mode, recommending a more customary windowed look while in Desktop UI. ‘Dynamic’ may intelligently be a crossover among ‘Tablet’ and ‘Desktop’ modes.
The code additionally proposed that “Mystique” would auto-change to ‘Desktop’ if a console was connected.
Nvidia’s first new gadget would be “Mystique”, other than its Shield set-top boxes since the organization ceased its Shield tablet, portable, and Tegra Note 7.
The item details in the Shield TV might be obsolete and it provides a few pieces of information: source code from a year ago recommends “Mystique” has an LCD display of 13.5-inches. This is quite expansive for a tablet, which persuades it’s certainly a 2-in-1 gadget.
Further, while the first Shield Tablet used Tegra X1 chip by Nvidia, which likewise runs the Nintendo Switch, the “Mystique” may use the latest versions, or Tegra X2 – or, as updated code infers, the Tegra Xavier processor that the company is producing for EV and AI computing.
Regardless of whether it’s in progress – well, we’ll need to keep a watch out. Nvidia declined to comment on “Mystique”.