Nvidia Officially Launches Its New Gaming Lineup

We reacently saw a Nvidia Shield Tablet leak. Now Nvidia Officially unveiled its new gaming lineup, which includes the The Shield Tablet, Shield Wireless Controller, and the re-branded Shield Portable.

The Shield Tablet features: 8-inch 1080p (1920x1200) Display, NVIDIA Tegra K1 clocked at 2.2 GHz, 2GB RAM, 16/32GB Internal Storage, MicroSD Card (up to up to 128GB), 5MP Front and Back Camera, Front facing stereo speakers, Mini-HDMI output, Micro-USB 2.0, Micro-SIM, 4G LTE/WiFi, and Android KitKat OS. 

The tablets also comes with Nvidia Gamestream, Gamepad Mapper, Console Mode, Nvidia Shield App, 4K Ultra-HD Media Ready, Nvidia Grid Cloud Gaming Beta, Nvidia Shadowplay, and Nvidia Software Upgrades. The 16GB WiFi model costs $299, while the 32GB WiFi/LTE costs $399.

The Shield Wireless Controller features: Precision Controls, Ultra-Responsive Wireless Performance, High Fidelity Headset Audio With Voice Chat, Microphone For Search And Commands, Touch Pad And Dedicated Android Buttons, and Rechargeable Battery.

The Wireless Controller is designed for both Android and PC streaming, and costs $59.99.

Finally, we get a little update on last year’s Shield handheld console, as it it’s being re-branded as the Shield Portable, and will continue to be sold and supported by NVIDIA, and costs $199.



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