Following the launch of its cloud gaming services in the US, Shadow is all set to start its services in the UK. The company has begun the pre sale before accepting all the customers.
To get started with the service the customers need to a monthly fee and then can rent a gaming PC in a data center near them. Following this the users can then access the serving computer using desktop and mobile apps as well as the company’s own little box. Shadow provides complete Windows 10 assisstance as well.
Furthermore, users will get a high-end dedicated Nvidia GPU — the company is currently using a mix of GeForce GTX 1080 and Quadro P5000. Additionally, 12GB of RAM, 256GB of storage and eight threads on an Intel Xeon 2620 processor is also provided.
The little box provided by Shadow can also be linked do a TV or a monitor. The box can be rented at an additional £7.95 per month or pay £109.95 once. The first 500 British subscribers will get it for free. The service can be accessed for £26.95 per month with a one-year commitment, £32.95 per month for a three-month commitment and £39.95/month without any commitment.
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