Lately we’ve been seeing these Experience shops for Samsung devices in stores like Best Buy, and the folks from NVIDIA are aiming to do something similar for their upcoming Android-powered game console, the NVIDIA SHIELD.
After all the waiting we finally have our hands all over NVIDIA SHIELD. The Android-powered game console all built inside a dedicated game controller with an attached 5-inch 720p HD display for the ultimate gaming experience.
The highly anticipated and impressive looking NVIDIA SHIELD game console is in the news again today, sadly it isn’t quite the news we were all hoping for. After NVIDIA confirmed the quad-core Tegra 4 powered game console
NVIDIA has confirmed the launch date for the SHIELD. And perhaps coming as a better news, the system will also be priced a bit lower than originally announced. With that being said, the NVIDIA SHIELD will begin shipping on June
Earlier today the popular accessory maker Nyko, most known for their budget game console products, announced a slew of cases and options for us Android gamers. Most notably, some cases and a new dock for the upcoming NVIDIA
After hearing that the popular gaming and accessories company Nyko was working on some NVIDIA SHIELD accessories this morning, we ran down to the E3 halls to get our hands-on some ourselves. Not only do they have a pretty neat
The NVIDIA SHIELD is just about ready to begin shipping and while there are some official accessories available, another company has since stepped forward with a few options. That company is Nyko and they have announced a dock
Today, the folks from NVIDIA have decided that instead of giving us another (of many) looks at their upcoming Android-powered SHIELD gaming console, they’d take us behind the scenes at one of the most popular game
We had known the NVIDIA SHIELD was more than just a gaming system. This detail was revealed early on and in fact, the SHIELD will arrive running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Given this and given things will not be buried and hidden,
The NVIDIA SHIELD has recently been spotted in an FCC filing. The Tegra 4 powered handheld gaming console is sporting the original codename, which for those who might have missed that detail, was Project Thor. That bit aside, the