Graphics Card Maker NVIDIA enters the mobile gaming, Welcome Project Shield

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Shocker of the Night definitely belongs to Nvidia announcing their new mobile gaming device Project Shield. It is powering the new Tegra 4 processor which will have many capabilities to the device. The screen is a 5 inch, 1280×720 HD retinal multitouch screen with Direct Touch to give it the most accurate touch response ever on a device. The controller does remind us of an Xbox 360 one but looks like this will have more comfort. Battery life sounds amazing with it having 33Wh battery that gives it 5 to 10 hours of play time or 24 hours of HD video playback

Now here comes the the games info. Shield will installed with the latest version of Android (Jelly Bean) so you can play many of the Android games coming from the Google Play Store and Nvidia’s own TegraZone store including access to all Google Apps such as Gmail, Maps, and Google +. The part is being able to stream games from your own PC gaming library that is equipped with a GeForce GTX 650 or higher graphics via 802.11 n 2×2 MIMO Wi-Fi on the device. Streaming content (video and Games) from Shield to a TV wirelessly is coming soon says Nvidia. Also supports microSD, HDMI and USB slots

Project Shield has no price but it is expected to come out the 2nd Quarter of this year.

Source: NVIDIA Newsroom, The Verge


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