While at CES, I was able to stop by NZXT to check out some of their upcoming products. Imagine my surprise when I found that there were essentially no cases being shown; instead, NZXT was demoing their new in-home media streamer, DOKO. While it was shown at CES, NZXT officially launched the DOKO today, asking us to hold off coverage until now. If your first thoughts are like mine, you're wondering: how is this better than Steam, a media streamer, or NVIDIA's SHIELD? The answer is somewhat lengthy, so let's start with an overview of what the current streaming solutions offer. Steam is a custom software-based streaming solution designed around gaming, so first you need to be running a Steam game for it to even...
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