5 Best Kodi Addons For Nvidia Shield In 2020

Do you need a new Kodi add-on for your Nvidia SHIELD to watch all of the best TV show and movie content out there? There are a great many good working Kodi add-ons out there today, even for Android devices like the NVIDIA SHIELD. These are all Kodi addons that will allow you to watch

First-gen NVIDIA Shield Tablet gets Android 6.0 update

The #NVIDIAShield Tablet has just received the #Android #Marshmallow update, after months of waiting. As you may know, the second gen Shield Tablet has already seen the update, but customers of the original 2014 model were left out. But it’s good to know that NVIDIA is finally doing something about it. The update will arrive

NVIDIA announces 12 of SHIELDsmas with deals on Shield games

To celebrate Christmas in grand fashion, #NVIDIA has announced its new promotion called 12 Days of SHIELDmas, which essentially gives incredible discounts on some of the SHIELD games that are sold by the company. These games are compatible with all of the SHIELD devices that are sold in the market today. The discounted content can

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[Deal] Shield Remote now free along with the NVIDIA Shield console

If you’re looking to invest in the #NVIDIAShield console, some good news is waiting for you. NVIDIA has decided to bundle in the $50 worth Shield Remote along with every Shield TV, making it a very attractive proposition for prospective buyers. The Shield TV is available starting from $199.99, which makes it one of the most

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NVIDIA Shield console getting Android TV 2.1 update

The #NVIDIA #Shield console is now receiving a new update to Android TV 2.1. This comes after the 2.0 update left some bugs within the system, hindering the usage of the customers. This new update fixes the HDMI black levels while improving compatibility as well. Here’s the changelog mentioned by NVIDIA in its entirety: Enjoy great new

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NVIDIA sending out minor updates to the Shield console and Shield Portable

The #Shield #AndroidTV and the #ShieldPortable are now receiving minor bug patching updates from #NVIDIA. The Shield Portable seems to have some more items on the changelog, while the Shield Console changelog simply mentions optimization of the console for new games and apps, so it’s nothing major. Here’s the changelog for the Shield Portable: Updates NVIDIA button

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NVIDIA Shield console now available from the Google Store

The #NVIDIA #Shield console has been available for quite some time now, although it was surprisingly missing from the #Google Store. That changes today with the console now up for grabs from Google’s dedicated hardware store in the U.S. , carrying a price tag of $199.99. The device is also said to be available in

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NVIDIA Shield Portable getting updated to Android 5.1

When announced a couple of years ago, the NVIDIA Shield Portable was one of the most unique Android devices to hit the market. Fast forward two years and it’s still one of the best handheld Android consoles you can find in the market. This device from NVIDIA is now the recipient of Android 5.1 Lollipop, while

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NVIDIA’s GRID service will soon have 40 playable titles

Good news awaits customers of NVIDIA’s Shield devices as the company has now announced that the number of available titles on the GRID service has touched 40. Initially, only 20 games were made available for streaming, so it has certainly come a long way. GRID can be downloaded directly from your Shield device through the

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8 inch NVIDIA Shield Tablet officially announced

NVIDIA has finally announced the much rumored Shield tablet carrying an 8 inch display and a monster GPU. This will finally put an end to the rumors and leaks that we’ve come across over the past couple of months. NVIDIA is also selling a WiFi Direct based wireless controller separately, which costs $59. The tablet

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NVIDIA Shield successor spotted at the FCC

The NVIDIA Shield handheld gaming console has been a great success for the company since its launch. Although people are yet to be completely open to the idea of a Android based portable gaming console, NVIDIA has made decent inroads in this segment. And now we’re coming across the successor to this gaming console thanks

Portal Launching On Google Play For The Nvidia Shield On May 12

  If you were a gamer in 2007, you remember Portal. For those unfamiliar with the award-winning game, it uses a special physics engine developed by Valve (who also published the game) in order to work your way through a maze of puzzles. People have been wanting the game to come to mobile platforms for years