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NVIDIA SHIELD Console Review

If you're a diehard gamer that has been looking for one device that will fit all your needs, 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 SHIELD Console unboxing and hands-on

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. Today we'll be giving you a first look at the retail goods, as well as our first impressions on the new quad-core Tegra 4 powered games. Sadly today brought bad news that the launch has been delayed, but read on for our thoughts and a few videos.

NVIDIA shows off Tegra 4’s pressure sensitive stylus support

The palm pilot is something we never thought we'd see again, but here we are with the Samsung Galaxy Note series rising in popularity, and millions of users loving that stylus. This week at Computex the folks from NVIDIA have been showing off their new core-deep and integrated DirectStylus capability that's been added to the Tegra 4. Which will in turn be a feature in upcoming quad-core T4 tablets and more.

HP Slatebook x2 reportedly hits Europe in July

The folks from HP have been trying to break into the Android tablet game lately. First with their not so impressive Slate 7 tablet, and now with their Slatebook x2. HP's new Slatebook x2 has a pretty good shot at reaching the homes of many potential buyers thanks to the 10-inch full HD display and quad-core Tegra 4, and we're now hearing it might ship early.

NVIDIA SHIELD FCC filing arrives ahead of June device shipments

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 filing unfortunately doesn't reveal anything new. And while that may have been a nice way to discover some hidden functionality or the addition of a cellular radio -- there is an upside here.
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