We know that NVIDA has been working on a tablet for quite a while, and rumors have been going around about the specification and hardware, but this is the first time we see the real form of the device. Ladies and gentlemen, give a warm welcome to the newest Android tablet, the NVIDIA Shield tablet, it is “the ultimate tablet for gamers.”
The Shield Tablet (not to be confused with the Android portable game console, Shield) has an 8-inch, 1080p display and runs on a Tegra K1 SoC. The tablet also works with NVIDIA’s Game Stream PC-streaming technology and third-party streaming like Twitch. As rumored, the 16GB version will be WIFI only and it will cost around $300, while the 32GB LTE will be sale at around $400. Pre-orders are open now on NVIDIA website, and availability will be later this month.
One significant accessory is the Shield Wireless Controller, comes in around $60 and will be compatible with some specific games. Beside the hardware buttons and control stick, it also has Android navigation buttons to control the tablet with the tablet as well.
So, are you getting this tablet? Tell me bellow!