We are still working on getting an NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet to review for you, but if that 16GB base model wasn’t cutting it for you then you’ll be glad to hear that the 32GB model with LTE is at last up for pre-order and will begin shipping September 30.
Again we haven’t gotten ... Read More »
Acer is launching a new 13-inch Chromebook that’s aiming to beat out the competition. The Acer Chromebook 13 is the company’s latest move in the increasingly popular Chromebook market. With its sights set on upcoming students, the Chromebook 13 offers a great mix of power and capability for media, making it great for life in ... Read More »
Almost exactly one year ago, NVIDIA shipped the original SHIELD, now known as the SHIELD Portable, and promised a no compromises mobile gaming experience. The hardware delivered on that promise right out of the gate, and over the course of the year NVIDIA continued to refine and expand on the software for SHIELD until it was the equal of ... Read More »
We already had a nice clean shot of NVIDIA’s upcoming SHIELD tablet, but the latest leak courtesy of VideoCardz.com strips away any remaining mystery surrounding the “newest member of the SHIELD family” just days before NVIDIA’s scheduled July 22nd announcement.
Rumblings of a new Nvidia Shield device have been going on for a few months now, and today that trend continues with more details on Nvidia’s Shield follow-up.
The Global Certification Forum has posted an entry to its website for an Nvidia Shield product that’s described as a “notebook/tablet.” The ... Read More »
Earlier this year, Google introduced us to Project Tango, an Android-powered smartphone that contained multiple sensors for creating 3D maps. Today that project is expanding to include a 7-inch tablet.
Google today outed the Project Tango tablet, a developer device that can capture images of the environment around it and ... Read More »
This rumor is both a little weird and interesting. NVIDIA may be making a tablet that will be released under the SHIELD brand and will be dedicated to gaming. The current NVIDIA SHIELD is a handheld gaming device with a controller setup, so launching a tablet under the same brand would be a very strange ... Read More »
The unveiling of the NVIDIA Tegra K1 at CES was accompanied by an impressive spec sheet and a number of charts showing how much power the new SoC has under its hood, but you should never blindly trust a chip maker. The good news is that Tom’s Hardware managed to run a ... Read More »
The new 192 core Tegra K1 processor is bringing desktop computing power to mobile devices. And, in doing so, solves a serious problem game developers are facing. Modern games are cinematic, but mobile devices currently don’t have enough power to reproduce what the developers envision. Developers have the option of reducing production value or delivering ... Read More »