NVIDIA today announced the rollout of SHIELD Software Experience Upgrade 7.1 bringing a host of new features, improvements and the return of one community favorite. It brings new in-game voice chat support for communicating in top titles like Fortnite and PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS. You can now connect a headset and mic to the SHIELD controller 3.5mm jack. Continue reading “NVIDIA Shield TV v7.1 update brings in-game voice chat, 120Hz display support and more”
It seems that NVIDIA is working on a new generation SHIELD tablet to succeed the current one that was introduced back in 2014. The new tablet has just passed through the FCC in USA and we have a few details about the same.
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NVIDIA was quick on its heels to roll out the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for the K1 Shield tablet. However, the original Shield tablet didn’t get any Marshmallow goodness until now.
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It looks like Nvidia is working on a successor for the Shield tablet. As per a latest report, the tablet will come equipped with Tegra X1 chipset that is the successor to the Tegra K1.
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After months of leaks and reports, NVIDIA has finally launched its Shield tablet which is specifically aimed at gamers. Powered with Tegra K1 quad core processor, the tablet sports 8 inch Full HD display can support full 1080p high-definition or 4K UltraHD games. It has 2GB of RAM, 5MP front and rear cameras, a 10 hour battery, and support for pressure-sensitive input with NVIDIA’s DirectStylus 2 device.
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Last week press image of the NVIDIA Shield tablet showed us a glimpse of how the tablet will look from the front. Soon after that a new leak along with some images has provided more details about the specification of not only the tablet but also about the wireless controller. According to a number of promotional images, obtained by the website Videocardz, the Shield tablet is expected to be available for purchase on July 29.
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