Today at Game Developers Conference, Nvidia just announced the Shield, it’s the world’s first 4K Android TV gaming console. The said device will be available this May for just 200 USD.
Along with this gaming console, Nvidia also announced its Grid game-streaming service, this will deliver games on-demand via the cloud in a whopping 1080p Fulld HD resolution in 60 fps.
The Shield will bring us video, music, and Android apps and games to your living room. It is powered by Nvidia’s own Tegra X1 processor with 3GB of RAM. You can play and shoot 4K video content plus it offers high-resolution 7.1 or 5.1 surround sound output for all you audiophiles out there.
The console comes with an internal storage of 16GB, a MicroSD slot for cards up to 128GB, and 5GHz Wi-Fi connectivity. It’s packed with a wireless controller also.
Premium game titles such as Crysis 3, Doom 3, and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel are also announced during the said conference. More than 50 titles optimized for the console will be available as it launches.
With the Nvidia’s Shield storming the market, they might be a force to reckon with.
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