NVIDIA has released an update for its Android-based Shield portable gaming console that adds a number of new features, including support for the company's new wireless controller that's being sold as an add-on for its recently announced Shield tablet.

The over-the-air update also replaces the console's TegraZone app with the new Shield Hub, which will let owners browse and download Android apps that can run on the Shield, along with PC games that can be streamed on the Shield and media apps. Speaking of which, the Netflix app for the Shield is now capable of showing video in 1080p resolution in Console Mode with this update. There's also been some improvements made to the PC GameStream features.

What do you think about the features in this latest Shield portable update?