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.

We have already told you all you need to know about the new Tegra 4 architecture, complete with video from Las Vegas, and now it’s time to see Project Shield in action, as demoed on stage at CES.

As you can see from the following video, Project Shield is a pure Android device that will offer you a totally new gaming experience. But Project Shield will not be limited to gaming use, as other content can be managed with the device, nor will it be limited to Google Play Store games, as Project Shield will let you play a variety of titles, whether purchased from Google’s store, NVIDIA’s TegraZone store or from Steam.

In the video below you’ll find a brief demo of Real Boxing but also Assassin’s Creed on Tegra 4, played on the Project Shield console:

While Real Boxing may not be that exciting for most mobile gamers, Dead Trigger 2 is an entirely different story. And there’s a video demo of the game already available, with Dead Trigger 2 played on a NVIDIA Tegra 4 “reference tablet” at CES 2013:

Dead Trigger 2 appears to be the first game for Tegra 4 devices, although we don’t have any details about its release at this time, but don’t expect to see it in stores before the first Tegra 4 devices ship.

Like what you see so far when it comes to Tegra 4 gaming?