Product recalls are a part of life, whether you’re dealing with dog food or tech – it happens. That said, rarely do we see a mass recall in the Android world, but that’s what we’re getting today with a huge Nvidia Shield Tablet recall.
A lot of folks weren’t sure what to make of the Shield Portable when it was released, but it found a foothold amongst gamers longing for a solid handheld experience with some new bells & whistles. We’ve seen NVIDIA drop a couple of new devices since that time, and now we’re getting confirmation that the NVIDIA Shield Portable 2 is in the works.
Nvidia was scheduled to make a major announcement today, and while most folks thought we would see a new shield tablet, that’s not what the company had in store. They unveiled the Shield Android Console, and it’s the kind of device Android gamers have been waiting for.
If you play a lot of mobile games, the NVIDIA Shield tablet is hands down the best slate around. Even if you don’t game, it’s still a beastly device and very affordable for the power it packs. NVIDIA always has new processors in the works, and the NVIDIA Shield Tablet 2 will apparently sport one of those new chips.
Black Friday may have come and gone, but we’ve still got Cyber Monday to contend with. Today techies can find loads of deals, and the first one we’re going to take a look at is the NVIDIA Cyber Monday sale.
Aside from the newly released HTC Nexus 9, the NVIDIA Shield tablet is one of the best Android slabs money can buy. If you wondered about the NVIDIA Shield Lollipop update, wonder no more as the company has announced a massive update that will bring Android 5.0 to the Shield along with several new features.
Yesterday we showed you the first photo of what was assumed to be the Nvidia Shield tablet. We didn’t have to wait long for a follow-up leak. We know now how much the slate will cost, and you’re going to be able to pick one up a lot sooner than you would expect. How does July 29 sound?
Android TV was officially announced at Google I/O 2014 last month, but details surrounding the hardware have been sparse at best. We know Razr and ASUS are working on Android TV consoles, but today we’ve learned that Nvidia is joining the Android TV revolution with their own set-top box.
There was a time that mobile gaming was limited to the likes of the Sony PSP and the hugely popular Nintendo DS, but things have changed somewhat in the last couple of years with the progress made in the smartphone and tablet PC world. Now gaming fans can get their fix from a variety of […]
It doesn’t seem long ago since we were praising the virtues of the NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor and now NVIDIA is introducing the Tegra 4. The Tegra 4 mobile processor includes a battery saver core and has been designed for maximum energy efficiency using up to 45 percent less than the power that the Tegra […]