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NVIDIA Shield Pro game console with 500GB may be real after all

The NVIDIA Shield game console is set to hit the streets this month. It’s an Android TV box that you can use to watch online videos from YouTube, Netflix, or other sites, play Android games, or stream PC games using NVIDIA’s GameStream and GRID services. NVIDIA is offering a $199 model with a Tegra X1 […]

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NVIDIA Shield game console with 500GB of storage to cost $300 (Update: nope)

Want an NVIDIA Shield video game console and Android TV box, but don’t want to settle for a model with just 16GB of storage space? It looks like there’s another option. NVIDIA has added a 500GB model to its website. It should be available soon for $300, which is $100 more than the cost of […]

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NVIDIA Shield video game console coming in May for $199

NVIDIA will launch its first game console designed for the living room in May. The new NVIDIA Shield console is a box with an NVIDIA Tegra X1 processor, support for 4K video, and Google’s Android TV software. That doesn’t mean it’s just for Android games though. The system will support NVIDIA’s GRID game streaming service […]

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PC classics Portal, Half Life 2 get new life on the NVIDIA Shield

There are two more reasons to pick up an NVIDIA Shield handheld game console. Valve is now offering two of its classic PC games for $10 each. Portal and Half-Life 2 are now both available for NVDIA’s $199 game system. You can purchase and download the games from the Google Play Store, but that doesn’t mean […]

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Lilbits (5-07-2014): Portal for Android (NVIDIA Shield)

Good news everyone! One of the most popular, critically acclaimed PC games of the last decade is coming to Android. There’s just one catch: while it’ll be available from the Google Play Store next week, at launch it’ll only officially support the NVIDIA Shield handheld game console. Still, there’s one more reason to buy NVIDIA’s […]

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NVIDIA Shield 2 game console could have Tegra K1, 4GB of RAM

NVIDIA’s next handheld gaming device could feature the company’s new Tegra K1 processor, 4GB of RAM, and a higher-resolution display. The company started selling the original NVIDIA Shield handheld game console in mid-2013. I features a Tegra 4 processor, a 5 inch touchscreen display, and a built-in game controller that looks a bit like an […]