PCWorld Show Episode 11: Nvidia's Pascal, self-driving race cars, HTC Vive, and Surface Hub

Jon, Melissa, and Gordon discuss Nvidia's new super Pascal GPU, how cool HTC Vive is, and Surface Hub.

This week, Gordon Mah Ung, Melissa Riofrio, and Jon Phillips discuss Nvidia’s big new Pascal GPU from GTC and:

  • A driverless racing car for Roboracing.
  • HTC’s Vive and whether you should or shouldn’t buy this VR headset.
  • What’s right and what’s wrong with Microsoft’s $22,000, 84-inch, 4K, touch-enabled Surface Hub.
  • Finally, with the sun setting on Lumia, will Surface Phone save Microsoft’s smart phone bacon?


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