NVIDIA Shield, portable console from one of the world’s leading hardware manufacturers, finally, after a delay, has a date to hit stores.
THE NVIDIA Shield, portable console from one of the world’s leading hardware manufacturers (already commented on earlier in this post), finally has a date to hit stores: July 31st.
The console, announced at CES 2013 and expected to arrive in stores initially in June, it is surrounded by a lot of expectations. It hits the market to compete with other devices like PS Vita (Sony), Nintendo 3DS (Nintendo) and Ouya. According to a statement released on the company’s website, the delay in launching was due to a technical failure detected before the equipment was sent to stores.
THE Shield will use operating system Android, you can play games from Google Play It’s from Steam (depending on compatibility), and will come equipped with a 5-inch touch sensitive screen with 720p. The Tegra 4 processor (previously considered the fastest mobile processor in the world) is part of the package, in addition to the 16GB of internal memory. In addition to the games, the console will also allow you to watch HD movies.
It is worth remembering that the launch date mentioned is for the region of United States. Although the regional manager of NVIDIA UK, Richard Cameron, having confirmed the arrival of the laptop here, there is no forecast for the landing of the island in Brazilian lands.