The NVIDIA Shield is a portable game console from NVIDIA that was launched on January 6 at CES 2013. It is an Android portable gaming system that can also play PC games via streaming. That PC gaming functionality requires a GeForce Series 600 (Kepler Architecture) which supports the low-latency features of GeForce Grid. At the moment, the price has not been revealed and is the subject of intense speculation. For more information, read our NVIDIA Shield Preview.
, Earlier this week, NVIDIA announced the pre-order timeframe of its SHIELD Android mobile game console powered by Tegra 4, and that was supposed to be next Monday for retail partners like Newegg, GameStop, Micro Center and Canada Computers. Good news: [...]
, NVIDIA has just announced that its Project SHIELD game console will officially be called NVIDIA Shield. That’s not a total surprise, but for those who liked the name will be glad to know that it will stay. More importantly, the [...]
, NVIDIA has provided some insights about how the NVIDIA Shield portable gaming device came to be (read about our hands-on time with the Shield at CES). I recommend reading the article on their website, and if you want a quick [...]
, Early NVIDIA SHIELD Review: we go hands-on with NVIDIA's first portable gaming device. It runs with Android 4.1 and is powered by the company's new Tegra 4 chip.