Nvidia has today made official the new Shield tablet, an 8-inch device powered by the Tegra K1 processor, targeted primarily at gamers.
NVIDIA is getting ready to announce its new Shield products. A new set of slides has hit the internet with all the details you could ever ask for.
A newly leaked image shows off what may be the first look at the Nvidia Shield tablet, the successor to the original Shield portable console.
According to a new report from the BBC, Nvidia is gearing up for a new Android-powered game console. Unlike the Shield, the device will plug directly into a TV and will not offer its own screen.
The Shield handheld console launched about a year ago, and it looks that Nvidia may release a new Shield device soon – however, the new Shield may be a tablet, not a console, if recent information is accurate.
Nvidia and Epic Games showcased the graphical power of the Tegra K1 at Google I/O yesterday, in the Unreal Engine 4 “Rivalry” demo.
A new Nvidia tablet has appeared on the GFXBench website, named the Nvidia Mocha, packing a Tegra K1 SoC and 7.9 inch 2048 x 1536 pixel display.
Nvidia has now begun teasing its plans for bringing Half-Life 2 to the Nvidia Shield.
A listing on AnTuTu has revealed that the Nvidia Shield 2 will feature Nvidia’s new Tegra K1 SoC and 4GB of RAM.
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