Riptide GP was a great one and now Vector Unit has released the sequel, Riptide GP 2. We’re taking a closer look to see if it’s better than the first!
Boys and girls, the Nvidia Shield is almost here! A new video has now been released showing off what to expect when the handheld arrives next month.
NVIDIA SHIELD – formerly known as Project Shield – is now available for pre-order (at least for some buyers). The console costs $349 and will ship in June. Read on for more details!
It has been long rumored that Toshiba will be the first to make a Tegra 4-powered tablet. Now images of the Toshiba AT10LE-A have turned up, allegedly running a Tegra 4 processor.
Rumors indicate that a new China-based ZTE handset called the ZTE N988 could be the first Android phone with NVIDIA Tegra 4. It’s exciting, but also a bit disappointing.
Week two is here for NVIDIA’s weekly series they call Android Thursdays. This week see Dead on Arrival 2, a game being built specifically for the Tegra 4, demoed on Project SHIELD!
It seems there has been a new Chrome device, codenamed “puppy”, being tested on Chromium. Is this the “Chromebook Pixel”? We hope so!
Game developer Bohemia Interactive is currently working on Arma Tactics for Android, with plans to release it for NVIDIA’s Project Shield gaming console in Q2 2013.
We’re certainly more interested in the first Tegra 4 devices that will be launched later this year, and it looks like Vizio will make the first tablet that will feature NVIDIA’s newest SoC.
Although Nvidia didn’t supply the full spec sheet for the new Tegra 4, we compiled enough information to make a rather complete picture of the powerful new SoC.