The follow up to the unique Shield peripheral is now here. Here’s our first impressions of the Nvidia Shield Tablet!
Nvidia is showing off a bit about their new 64-bit Tegra K1 mobile processor for Android. Claiming it the first 64-bit ARM processor for Android, and promising PC-class performance.
As expected, pre-orders of the Nvidia Shield tablet have began to reach the hands of consumers and the tablet is now available for immediate purchase from select retailers.
Folks, the week of July 27 brought us a sneak peek at hot devices coming later this year, from the Note 4 and the Xperia Z3, to the Moto X+1 and the Galaxy Alpha. Next up, Xiaomi launched its latest beauty, Google issued updates to many of its apps, and Nvidia introduced the ultimate gamers’ tablet. We finished with a bang, with a possible first report of a Nexus device made by Motorola.
At AA HQ, we’ve rolled out a few changes to the design of the website, and work continues behind the scenes for more good stuff coming by the end of the summer. Let’s take a look back!
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.