First shown at CES 2013, NVIDIA’s little Android-based handheld gaming system which they called Project Shield is now ready for eager gamers out there. Now officially known as NVIDIA Shield, we honestly can’t tell it apart from initial version that the company shown at Vegas.
Since it is going to be released to consumers soon, this means that we now able to learn what NVIDIA packed into the portable gaming system. Apart from the NVIDIA Tegra 4 chipset (which runs at up to 1.9GHz) and the 5-inch 1280×720 retinal quality touch display, we are also looking at 2GB RAM, 16GB internal storage and a battery that is rated at 28.8 watt hours.
Ships with Android Jelly Bean 4.2.1 and two pre-installed games, the NVDIA Shield is priced at RM 1043 (USD 349) once it heads out to the shelves sometime in June but it will be initially available only in US and Canada. To learn more, head on to shield.nvidia.com.
[Source: NVIDIA Shield]