Our Android crack team in Las Vegas has been prowling the halls of CES looking for the weird and the wonderful, and boy they found it.
NVIDIA took the world by surprise at CES when it announced its first gaming console device, the Android-based Project Shield. And while the Shield will launch in the following months, the device won’t be the company’s last piece of hardware.
Check out our interview at the Nvidia booth. Our Darcy LaCouvee is grilling a poor Nvidia representative about the prospects of Tegra 4, on whether quad-core is overkill for phones or not, and of course, on Project Shield.
We’ve shown you our live recordings of the event, but now you can watch the entire Nvidia event in HD. Check it out after the break.
Let’s recap the highlights of the crazy first day of CES 2013 in an attempt to distinguish the signal from the noise. We’ll include in this roundup Nvidia’s event on Sunday evening, which could turn out to be the biggest news for Android enthusiasts at CES 2013.
Although technically CES 2013 should only get underway today, many of the big players involved in tech chose to throw their new guns into battle early. No shockers there, but very few would have predicted Nvidia to be the shiniest star of the trade show’s debut.
No one expected Nvidia to come up with a stock Android handheld console that can play Android and PC titles and stream them to your HDTV. If you want to learn more, we’ve compiled all the available information on the Project Shield specs, features, availability, and pricing.
CES 2013 is underway and we already have the first new exciting products for Android fans, and not only, the new Tegra 4 SoC and NVIDIA’s very own gaming device, Project Shield.
CES 2013 has only just begun and there is already some hot news from the Nvidia camp. They’ve not only announced the Tegra 4, but have also announced Project Shield, an Android powered handheld gaming device capable of streaming Steam games to TV.