NVIDIA Shield Tablet makes a comeback for $199

The #NVIDIA #ShieldTablet was recently recalled by the company over potential fire issues. The company had already sent out replacement units to customers although the device was not available for new customers. That changes today with the announcement of the Shield Tablet K1, which is essentially the same device, but devoid of any battery related

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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’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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NVIDIA offering great discounts on Shield bundles

As we wait for Black Friday promotions to kick off, NVIDIA has announced its own sales to encourage buyers this Friday. The company is offering the Shield Tablet and last year’s Shield handheld gaming console at a discounted price when coupled with a bunch of accessories. These prices are valid only for a day on the

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NVIDIA Shield Tablet starts shipping to customers today

NVIDIA’s Shield Tablet has begun shipping to customers today after going up for pre order last week. So if you’re one of those customers who pre ordered the device early, the tablet should be on its way. The Shield Tablet is being considered a successor to the Shield handheld console which launched last year, although both

Report sheds light on possible NVIDIA Shield successor

The NVIDIA Shield 2 is nearing launch as we all know. And a new report from BBC has confirmed today that the device will indeed be featuring the Tegra K1 chipset which was announced earlier this year. The report simply mentions this device as an upcoming gaming console from NVIDIA, but it doesn’t take much effort

NVIDIA Introduces GameStream for SHIELD, Coming this October 28

When NVIDIA released the SHIELD portable Android gaming console last July it also came with the ability to stream PC games from a GeForce GTX PC to it. This was however still in its beta stages. In a press event held this morning in Montreal, company CEO Jen-Hsun Huang announced GameStream. The technology will pair

NVIDIA Shield arrives tomorrow, July 31, for $299

After a few delays and price adjustments, the NVIDIA Shield will finally launch tomorrow, July 31st. It will be available at a price point of $299, adjusted from the previous $349 price tag. If you guys need a refresher, the NVIDIA Shield packs a Tegra 4 processor, a 5-inch 720p touchscreen display, a full gaming

NVIDIA Shield units will start shipping out from July 31

NVIDIA finally has some good news for its fans with a formal announcement confirming the launch date of the Shield handheld console as July 31. This is quite a delay considering the original shipping date was scheduled for June 26. However, it now seems like all the issues have been fixed. Here’s what NVIDIA’s official

NVIDIA’s New Handlheld Games Console Ships in June

NVIDIA showed off it’s latests offering at CES this year, the Project ‘SHIELD’ device that incorporates a physical controller with a displayed hinged to the controller, it is no longer NVIDIA’s project anymore it is a full blown product. The shield has been announced to ship in June with pre-orders that start today. The price