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NVIDIA pushes out Android 5.1 for the Shield Tablet

Android 5.1 is now available for the NVIDIA Shield Tablet

The NVIDIA Shield Tablet is receiving an update to Android 5.1, which brings a number of performance improvements to the device. NVIDIA is pushing out an update for its Shield Tablet (both Wifi and LTE models) that improves performance and responsiveness, adds support for Android for Work and...
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NVIDIA Shield is the world's first 4K Android TV console

At Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang announced the chip vendor's latest hardware effort, the Shield, which is the world's first 4K Android TV that also doubles up as a game console.The Shield comes with an H.265 decoder that can handle 4K at 60Hz with 10-bit...
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NVIDIA Shield Android TV console specs

Boasting a 256-core Maxwell GPU, the NVIDIA Shield offers console-level visuals in a $199 package. NVIDIA Shield is the manufacturer's first foray into the world of Android TV, with the set-top box touting gaming capabilities as one of its main highlights. Here's what you get with the console...

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NVIDIA introduces AndroidWorks to help build great games

NVIDIA introduces AndroidWorks, wants to help everyone build great games for all Android devices

AndroidWorks is the latest set of developer tools from NVIDIA, and they are geared towards helping make the best games possible for all Android devices. With more than 4000 unique Android devices out there development can be difficult at times, but NVIDIA is looking to make game creation a bit...
Lets call the NVIDIA Shield Android TV what it is — a console competitor

Lets call the NVIDIA Shield Android TV what it is — a console competitor

Google and NVIDIA have come together to release a proper game console, one that has a surprisingly good out of the box experience. You can't throw a stick without hitting someone writing something about the downfall of the game console. Mobile gaming has exploded such that catering to the casual...
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NVIDIA Shield Android TV review

While there isn't a ton of competition in the Android TV device space, NVIDIA has a clear leader in its Shield Android TV box. The quick take The Shield Android TV meets nearly every requirement when it comes to an all-in-one set top box for your entertainment center. You get 4K video support,...
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NVIDIA Shield Android TV is on sale now in standard and Pro variants

The most interesting Android TV box to date is finally on sale, and now there's a 500GB Pro version! Google has done a great job building up Android TV to be something for those of us that need a little more than the Chromecast can offer, but it's the folks at NVIDIA that are going to take...
NVIDIA pushes out Android 5.1 for the Shield Tablet

Android 5.1 is now available for the NVIDIA Shield Tablet

The NVIDIA Shield Tablet is receiving an update to Android 5.1, which brings a number of performance improvements to the device. NVIDIA is pushing out an update for its Shield Tablet (both Wifi and LTE models) that improves performance and responsiveness, adds support for Android for Work and...
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NVIDIA erroneously shows 500GB Shield Android TV development kit for $299

NVIDIA got some hopes up earlier today when it posted a Shield Android TV with 500GB of storage. Unfortunately, the version — which is made as a development kit — was put up in error alongside the actual shipping device, which will cost $199 and have just 16GB of storage.We received the...
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NVIDIA Shield Android TV console may be getting new 500GB option for $299

NVIDIA is now showing a new 500GB version of its upcoming Shield Android TV console on its website for the price of $299.99 Update: Unfortunately, it looks like NVIDIA accidentally put up a development kit as an actual shipping product. The 500GB console option won't be available for consumers...
NVIDIA Shield Android TV console hands-on

NVIDIA Shield Android TV console hands-on

At GDC 2015 NVIDIA took their wraps off another Shield product, only this one is built for TV. The Shield console will fully leverage Grid, a service whereby NVIDIA will host games on their servers and beam them to your home for playing. The real MVP of the show is NVIDIA's new Tegra X1...
NVIDIA Shield Android TV

NVIDIA Shield Android TV console specs

Boasting a 256-core Maxwell GPU, the NVIDIA Shield offers console-level visuals in a $199 package. NVIDIA Shield is the manufacturer's first foray into the world of Android TV, with the set-top box touting gaming capabilities as one of its main highlights. Here's what you get with the console...
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NVIDIA rolls out GRID game streaming service

NVIDIA is launching a game streaming service called GRID, dubbing it the "Netflix of games." AAA titles will be available to stream at 1080p60 with the highest quality settings enabled, while the default option for streaming games is 720p at 30fps. Low-latency is one of the major features...

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