NVIDIA has a Shield gaming tablet based on Android coming out very soon. We just saw an image of the device leak yesterday, but today we're getting all the details on the tablet. Ready for an 8-inch 1200p tablet with a Tegra K1 SoC? Yes you are. Read on for full details and specs on the SHIELD tablet.
The upcoming SHIELD Tablet will feature a Tegra K1. It's a new mobile processor from NVIDIA and will be the first system-on-a-chip to include a full cluster of 192 CUDA cores.
Here are the specs you care about:
- 8-inch, 1920 x 1200 IPS LCD display
- WiFi + LTE (32GB model) or WiFI only (16GB storage) model
- MicroSD card support (up to 128GB)
- Stylus support
- 4K Ultra-HD ready
Hit up the source link for all the specs.
The SHIELD Tablet is expected to be announced on July 22. It will then be available for customers in the United States and Canada on July 29, followed by Europe on August 14. Other regions will get the SHIELD tablet sometime in fall 2014.
There are two models of the SHIELD tablet. The WiFi + LTE model will come with 32GB of onboard storage and cost $399. While a WiFI only model is available with 16GB of onboard storage for $299. The SHIELD controller will set you back $59.
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