So Nvidia is reportedly working on a new gaming console for under your TV, but given the mixed reception of Ouya and Shield, I think we're probably all a bit sceptical about its chances of success. Personally I think there's potential, but the hardware needs to be more competitive with modern consoles. We might need to see another hardware gen from Nvidia first, as well as some decent controllers too. Game quality still has a lot to be desired as well, and this is perhaps the biggest issue facing Android gaming projects (and is perhaps why Nvidia continues to focus on streaming games from PCs). Maybe, some sort of Linux/Android revolution will happen, as Steam is still pushing its Linux software and hardware, but again that is still years away from reaching the average gamer. Do you see anything that Android based hardware developers could do to really make an impact in this space, or is Android TV probably the best we're going to get?