Notebooks afford us the luxury of surfing the web or playing games virtually anywhere. Unless you’re prepared to shell out the big bucks necessary for a gaming-grade notebook, however, you can pretty much rule out the possibility of playing modern titles at anything close to decent quality.
A new tool from app developer Dominic Szablewski looks to provide a viable workaround. Best yet, it won’t cost you a single cent.
Szablewski admitted the app works much better than it should.
Using his system as a test bed, Szablewski said latency typically hovers around 50ms to 70ms. On an 800 x 600 resolution stream, CPU utilization on his Core i5 checked in at around seven percent.
If you want to give it a try, the full source code and binary releases are available to download on GitHub.