Google announced that paid version of the Stadia, Stadia Pro — the one with 4K, 60fps, HDR streaming — will launch this November with $9.99 per month price tag, game sold separately.
Users still have to purchase games separately to play(and own) them. However, Pro members will receive discounts and occasional free games. But these free games will be removed if users cancel their subscription.
Stadia Base, free version of the service, will launch sometime in 2020 with up to 1080p/60fps streaming.
In addition, Google also revealed the list of the games that would be on it’s store in launch day, which includes:
Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) published report about screen time guidance, which stated that “There is not enough evidence to confirm that screen time is in itself harmful to child health at any age”.
Therefor it is “impossible to recommend age appropriate time limits”. Instead, they suggested parents to “approach screen time based on the child’s developmental age, the individual need and value the family place on positive activities”.
On E3 2017, 4K was the biggest buzzwords. So what is “K”, and why do four of them make a better picture?
The” K” in 4K is taken from the prefix kilo-, meaning “thousand,” which comes to English from French. “K” is often used where typing out “thousand”, in addition: “Crowdfunding Raised $500K” or “I’ve reached 50K subscriber”.
In 4K resolution, “K” is more of a marketing ploy than a real number. It represent 3840×2160 pixels, which is one of the higher resolutions available in consumer electronics. Marketers call this resolution 4K because it’s almost four thousand pixels across, because it sounds more impressive than “3.84K”.
Acer Predator X27 features a 27-inch 16:9 panel, Nvidia G-Sync, 144Hz Refresh, HDR and Tobii Eye Tracking. There’s no price or release date announcement yet, But I expect that as long as you are’t looking for ultrawide gaming monitor—and have enough bucks—, this will be the perfect gaming monitor for you.