NVidia Shield Availabel in US, Canada and Europe. NVidia Shield Tablet is the successor of NVidia’s Android gaming handheld that comes with PC-streaming support. Shield is an 8-inch Android tablet which has the ability to play games with dispersed controllers. The device can also connect to a TV and it is aimed to be the next generation of tabletconsole gaming.Shield Tablet has been packed with NVidia’sTegra K1 graphics processor. Thestarting price of Shield tablet is at $299 or around £240. This tablet has been made available in US and Canada on July 2014 and in Europe on August 2014.
NVidia Shield Availabel in US, Canada and Europe
In terms of display, Shield comes equipped with a 5-inch screen (1900x1200p) which can showcase amazing mobile graphics. Shield weighs about 13.7 ounces and it has 0.36-inch of thickness. The overall design of Shield is very identical with NVidia’s first gaming tablet namely Tegra Note 7. There will be a sleek matte finish along with front-firing stereo speakers. The company has included a pre-installed painting app that provides impressive 3D paint effects. For the performance, Shield is powered by a quad-core A15 processor with the maximum speed of 2.2 GHz and 2GB of RAM.
The benefit of having NVidia Shield Tabletis the availability of PC game streamingthrough local or remote playback which is called NVidiaGamestream. So far, Gamestream has supported more than 120 game titles and these games can beamazingly streamed at 1080p quality. Additionally, NVidiaprovides the free cloud-gaming serviceand also free streaming for 16 games.As being the media storage, NVidiaShield boasts a 16GB internal storagewhich costs $299 or 32GB internal storage which costs $399. To expand the storage, there will be also a microSD card slot up to 128GB. For the connectivity, this gaming tablet supports GSM and EDGE networks, Bluetooth v.4.0 LE and GPS navigation system, a micro-USB port and Mini HDMI4 port.
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