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Submitted by Vyralize 937d ago | news

Nvidia announces Project SHIELD handheld Android gaming system

Vyralize: Nvidia has officially announced a new handheld gaming system powered by a Tegra 4 processor and Android Jelly Bean. (Gaming, NVIDIA, Project SHIELD)

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Speed-Racer  +   937d ago
Seems convenient, for the home at least. I wonder how heavy it is though.
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The_Infected  +   937d ago
10lbs.
SilentNegotiator  +   936d ago
Considering the likely price with its processor, it's probably not worth the minor convenience.
It can stream 4k video.. Now we can play metro:last light max setting on the toilet!

Assassin's Creed 3 Streaming
https://www.youtube.com/wat...
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The_Infected  +   936d ago
Yea if you have a PC capable of streaming at 4K and it want look much better until its on the TV. Streaming it to the tiny controller screen at 4K would be a joke.
iamnsuperman  +   936d ago
It is a shame that is the only real use for this thing. Streaming in the home is fine but what is the point if a normal controller can be used in games anyway. If it could stream outside the home then I see a point. Near your PC seems a complete waste of money....except for gaming on the toilet
Software_Lover  +   936d ago
I think I'll pass

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