I’m sure many of you were pretty excited yesterday to hear that the Android 6.0 update for your beloved SHIELD Tablet was finally going to be hitting your device and delivering all of that Marshmallowy goodness. If you are like me, you probably found yourself checking for the update a few times throughout ... Read More »
NVIDIA has proven repeatedly that it wants to be the driving force in Android gaming, and between the SHIELD Tablet and the SHIELD Android TV, it definitely has the hardware to back it up. The other piece of the puzzle is, of course, the games, and NVIDIA is constantly working to ... Read More »
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Nvidia Shield TV users are in for a treat. Nvidia has just announced the Android TV device will be getting an update to Shield Android TV Upgrade 3.0, which includes the jump to Android 6.0 Marshmallow, along with a new game, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance.
First, Metal Gear. Making the move from PC ... Read More »
CES Press Day isn’t until tomorrow, but Nvidia always kicks things off the night before. The Nvidia press event will begin tonight at 6PM Pacific and will likely last a good 90 minutes. Last year, Nvidia’s CEO spent 45 minutes talking about how the automotive industry would be able to use its processors to revolutionize ... Read More »
NVIDIA is now pushing the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update to the SHIELD Tablet K1, and it’s a surprisingly good update. Though at first it seems really minor compared to Lollipop, the subtle changes start showing with use and make a big difference.
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While the SHIELD line became even more powerful this year in its Android TV form, last year’s SHIELD tablet remains a high point for Android tablets in terms of performance and, thanks to NVIDIA’s added touches, is unsurpassed in the gaming realm.
NVIDIA SHIELD launched back in May and continues to blow the doors off all competing streaming boxes thanks to the Tegra X1 processor. NVIDIA is still pushing to advance its Android TV offering and keep ahead of the pack, though.
SHIELD just keeps getting better
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If you have owned or followed any of the devices in the NVIDIA SHIELD family then you are probably familiar with the NVIDIA GRID service: “Netflix for games” has been the NVIDIA pitch since the beginning. Originally launched in San Jose back in December of 2013, the service went nationwide in the U.S. ... Read More »
It looks like NVIDIA is having some quality issues with the SHIELD Pro. The company says that it has found that less than 1 percent of all units sold have exhibited accelerated hard drive degradation, which causes issues with the user interface or just simple failure during an update.
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