A while back we saw how Amazon launched Kindle Fire HD kids edition and today we’re going to take a look at the latest Nvidia news. The gaming giant has updated its Shield gaming tablets and has also released a software upgrade.
Nvidia’s Shield Gaming Tablets
Nvidia has just released an updated version of its line of Shield gaming tablets and has also given its software a boost.
The Nvidia Shied gaming tablets are a gamer’s dream and the updated versions features bug fixes and improved user-end functionality. The gamers can now gain access to the My Android Games and My Media Apps section on their tablets and can customize them.
There is also a new model which comes with LTE (through AT&T) as well as Wi-Fi connectivity. This makes the device the first Shield gaming tablet with cellular network.
The new Shield gaming tablets come with a 2.2 Ghz chip and a 8-inch full HD display (1920×1200). You get up to 32 GB of internal storage space and 2 GB of RAM. Bluetooth 4.0, front facing cameras and rear facing cameras are also a part of the package, as are a pair of front facing stereo speakers that sound pretty awesome to us. You’ve also got a mini-HDMI output in case you need to connect it to your TV and the Shield gaming tablet comes with a stylus now!
The internal memory can be expanded to up to 128 GB with the help of a microSD card. The operating system is the good old Google Android KitKat (4.4.2).
Sure, the new 8-inch Shield gaming tablets aren’t as portable as the old Nvidia Shield tablets, but the tech specs are enough to make up for it.
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