The folks over at NVIDIA do not only come up with graphics chipsets and cards for computers and consoles, they have also ventured into the world of hardware such as the NVIDIA Shield as well. In fact, the company’s upcoming tablet has not quite yet been announced officially, but we do know that we have seen a Shield tablet product page appear over on NVIDIA’s website for a little while last month, alongside having made an appearance over at the FCC not too long ago, either. This time around, this alleged NVIDIA Shield tablet has made an appearance over at the Global Certification Forum (GCF) website.
The GCF listing touts that several models of this particular upcoming tablet will offer support for 3G and 4G networks, and that is about all that has been shared. Certain quarters do whisper that this particular tablet can support NVIDIA GameStream technology, letting you stream games from a PC to the tablet using an Internet connection. This could lead to the ability to enjoy PC games which would not be too suitable for an Android tablet, since the Android tablet would lack the necessary processing firepower to do so. Apart from that, it would not be too far fetched to guess that the upcoming NVIDIA Shield tablet will sport a Tegra K1 processor with 192-core graphics.