liked it and NVIDIA seems to be intent on wooing developers to build on and expand the device. So what's next in NVIDIA's plans to spread its brand further in the mobile world? Why, make its own tablet, of course!
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Wacom seems to have something cooking this month as it released a truly teasing video about its "next creative evolution" to be revealed on the 20th of August. Although the video doesn't hint at anything, rumors are going around that it could be the 13-inch Cintiq Hybrd 13HD Android tablet.
HP's SlateBook x2 has appeared early in the company's US sales website. The SlateBook x2 is HP's entry into the Android convertible market that is currently dominated by ASUS.
NVIDIA is promising exactly that with their all-new NVIDIA SHIELD game console. An Android-powered controller with the 5-inch screen built right in. From the thousands of Android games, nearly any Steam PC game and more the SHIELD is a gaming device through and through. It's finally available today and to help you make up your mind if this $299 device is right for you, we have a full review and tons of video.
NVIDIA's impressive looking Tegra 4 processor to officially hit the streets and in smartphones, the company is wasting no time teasing what we can expect to see in the future. Not only are we getting a glimpse of the next-gen graphics we'll likely receive with Tegra 5, but this shows us NVIDIA's mobile Kepler GPU which we can expect to see in tons of devices next year.
NVIDIA TegraZone. Below we have plenty of pictures and video of this stellar game on our Tegra 4 powered NVIDIA SHIELD, so check it out.
NVIDIA announced that their next-gen Tegra 4 powered Android gaming console, the NVIDIA SHIELD, will officially be released and start shipping on July 31st. After set to launch near the end of June, the company delayed their gaming device an entire month to make it perfect, and now it will finally hit shelves at the end of the month.
NVIDIA SHIELD. In a recent blog post NVIDIA confirmed you'll be able to test drive SHIELD before you buy it throughout the entire month of August.
images surfaced about an unknown smartphone called the ZTE Geek U988S, calling it the world's first Tegra 4 smartphone. Today the device has apparently been confirmed, and we're getting our first official (not leaked) image of the sleek and powerful new handset. The Chinese company is calling the U988S the ZTE Geek, and we have the details below.
Acer's upcoming 2560x1440 HD display, complete with NVIDIA's quad-core Tegra 4 processor under the hood. Sounds impressive right?