While the NVIDIA SHIELD garnering the most excitement right now is the console due out next month, NVIDIA is continuing to kill it with support of the SHIELD Tablet and Portable.
NVIDIA’s event is live now at GDC 2015, and they have just taken the wraps off the newest member of the SHIELD family: a set-top box.
CES 2015 may not be officially underway quite yet, but NVIDIA doesn’t care, because it’s kicking things off early with a shiny new superchip.
The Tegra X1 is NVIDIA’s newer mobile chip, sporting a 64-bit CPU with eight cores as well as a 256-core Maxwell GPU. NVIDIA says that the X1 offers more than a ... Read More »
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Now, for SHIELD tablet owners out there, NVIDIA has begun rolling out yet another update for the device, officially upgrading ... Read More »
NVIDIA is apparently on a bit of a SHIELD blitz to end the year with the release of the SHIELD-exclusive Half-Life 2: Episode One yesterday and a major update to the SHIELD Hub app today.
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Last week, NVIDIA began pushing Android 5.0 to the Wi-Fi-only version of the SHIELD tablet, promising that the LTE model would be updated to Lollipop “soon.” Looks like NVIDIA wasn’t kidding.
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NVIDIA has already provided a brief teaser showing what Android 5.0 Lollipop will look like on the SHIELD tablet and that we could expect it this month, but today they are reaffirming that commitment along with some other updates surrounding the SHIELD tablet.
Android 5.0 and Material Design
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NVIDIA has stressed the near stock version of Android on their SHIELD hardware since the launch of the SHIELD portable, as that has meant some of the most rapid updates to the new OS of any OEM.
Android tablets are a dime a dozen these days, but there are only a few that are really worth your time and money. Google is hoping that the new Nexus 9 is one of them. The $400 Android tablet has an unconventional 8.9-inch 1536 x 2048 display with a 4:3 aspect ratio that’s closer to that of ... Read More »