Tegra 4

NVIDIA giving out Google Play credits with Shield purchases

The NVIDIA Shield is probably the best evidence you will have of a PC gaming-inclined company acknowledging the exponential growth of the casual gaming market, especially in Android devices. The Shield is a handheld -- a purely gaming device at that, designed to play any game available on the Android platform to date, and NVIDIA is sweetening an already lowered price point with additional freebies to convince us to buy.

Fuhu nabi DreamTab HD8 might be the kids tablet to root for

Fuhu might already have a number of kid-friendly tablets in the market, but this latest might be it's best one yet. Aside from having tons of features for kids, and parents as well, the new nabi DreamTab HD8's hardware also has enough teeth to make sure that both kids and parents won't be frustrated by a poor-performing device.

ZTE9 unveils FunBox home entertainment console

Expanding beyond the confines of the usual smartphones and tablets, ZTE has announced its first foray into the gaming industry. But more than just simply a gaming console, the ZTE9 FunBox offers an all around connected experience for the family to enjoy in the living room.

NVIDIA TegraZone gains Rochard and Smash Hit

Another pair of games has arrived in the TegraZone today. This latest release includes Rochard and Smash Hit, and of course, along with being found in the TegraZone, both will be available by way of the Play Store. Not to mention, both will be taking advantage of the Tegra 4 processor. Rochard requires a game controller, and Smash Hit is touch-only, which seems to suggest we have something for a variety of device owners.

HP Slate21 Pro Android AIO hands-on

It seems that Android is slowly entering into a new device category. Over here at CES 2014, we're seeing quite a number of all-in-one computers running the mobile operating system, and HP's Slate21 Pro is just one of the latest that we're getting our hands on to try out.

EVGA Tegra Note 7 by NVIDIA Review

A Tegra 4 tablet, with a decent stylus, and the promise of pure Android? NVIDIA's Tegra Note 7 platform, on sale from today, has plenty of Android aficionados talking, the $199 tablet arriving in the US with EVGA branding but really the brainchild of the chip manufacturer itself. So far Samsung has had the stylus market effectively in a stronghold, but NVIDIA wants to change all that using some Tegra 4 smarts.
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