Posted by Chuck Corbin on Jul 22, 2013

NVIDIA Shield To Ship July 31st

One of the cooler things I’ve seen this year is the NVIDIA Shield. If you don’t know what it is, it’s a gaming machine that combines the portability of  handheld console with the power of a PC. It features a Tegra 4 processor, meaning that it has plenty of power on its own, but where it really shines is the fact that you can sync up the Shield to your PC and stream PC games to the Shield.

The Shield was set to be released on June 27th, but due to some manufacturing issues NVIDIA announced that they were pushing the release back to July. Since then they’ve been quiet, but over the weekend they revealed a new release date. You can now pick up a Shield on July 31st.

With the Shield you’ll get the standard AC adapter and USB cables, but you’ll also get 2 full games, Expendable: Rearmed and Sonic 4 Episode II. The Shield will be available for $299. It’s not a bad little deal if you want a portable-yet-powerful system.


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