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In this episode of HotHardware's Two And A Half Geeks webcast, Dave, Marco and Paul cover AMD's Carrizo APU for notebooks, NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 980 Ti, the NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV device, hints on our upcoming giveaways and a lot more! Show Notes: 01:47 - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti Review 08:30 - AMD 6th Generation Carrizo APU Unveiled: Taking On Intel At 15 Watts 18:29 - NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV Device 29:49 - Alienware 15 Gaming Laptop Review: GeForce Infused, Bang For Your Buck 38:50 - Contest tease...... Read more...
Over the past few months, we’ve covered a number of details related to today’s launch of the NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV device. It was back in March during GDC that we were first able to show you the Tegra X1 powered SHIELD Android TV (then refered to as the SHIELD Console). And it was earlier in the year at CES when NVIDIA unveiled the Tegra X1 SoC itself, along with a number of X1-based automotive products. To recap a bit, the Tegra X1 features a Maxwell-derived GPU and eight CPU cores; four ARM A57 cores and four A53s. The A57 cores are 64-bit, out-of-order designs with multi-issue pipelines,... Read more...
Taking good advantage of the ongoing Google I/O conference, NVIDIA has just released what's undoubtedly one of the world's fastest Android devices: SHIELD. This peculiarly-named device might take over the name of the original portable SHIELD hand-held, but it's a much different device. SHIELD is a set-top device that NVIDIA aims to be better than all of the others. And we'd hope so, because the $199 price tag for the regular model will demand that this is a premium product, at least compared to simple media streamers. Yes, "regular model", because there's also a Pro model, which tacks on an extra... Read more...
NVIDIA just wrapped up an event in San Francisco, where the Game Developers Conference (GDC) is currently underway. The company unveiled a new Android TV streamer, game console, and supercomputer as NVIDIA’s Jen Hsun Huang calls it, all wrapped up in a single, ultra-slim device—the new NVIDIA SHIELD. The NVIDIA SHIELD Console And Wireless SHIELD Controller   In the lead-up to tonight’s event, an invitation from NVIDIA’s CEO was sent out with the title “Made To Game”, claiming that the product that would be shown was “more than 5 years in the making” and that it would “redefine the future of... Read more...
Given the overall success of its first SHIELD products, it's seemed obvious that NVIDIA would keep on trucking, and would soon infuse one of its products with some Tegra X1 lovin'. But just how soon? A lot sooner than I would have figured, if Fudzilla's reporting proves true. The site says that NVIDIA's planning to launch a brand-new SHIELD Tablet by the end of Q1. As NVIDIA's annual developer conference takes place in mid-March, it's estimated that it could launch there. That would strike me as a bit of an odd venue to release a gaming device, but if it does prove true, it'd surely mean that there... Read more...
To usher in the holiday season, we teamed up with our friends at NVIDIA to put together one heck of an exciting giveaway!This time around we gave you all a chance to win a trio of awesome NVIDIA SHIELD Tablets, along with a companion SHIELD Wireless Controller and Cover. And we’re talking 32GB LTE SHIELD Tablets here, locked and loaded with the freshly released Android Lollipop update and access to NVIDIA’s GRID game streaming service! Three Identical Prize Packages Were Up For Grabs!32GB LTE/Wi-Fi SHIELD Tablet + Wireless Controller + Cover Well, we've finally been through all of the... Read more...
Considering the fact that NVIDIA produces just a couple of its own mobile devices, it was pretty surprising last month when the company said that it'd be one of the first to roll-out the Android 'Lollipop' update to a tablet - the SHIELD Tablet, to be exact. And so it did, right on schedule. Marco gave us a run-down on the update right before its official release, and considered that while some performance degradation could be seen, the update overall was well worth it, and made the market's best 8-inch Android tablet even better. That's a statement I wholeheartedly agree with, although I'd extend... Read more...
It’s that time again, folks! To usher in the holiday season, we have teamed up with our friends at NVIDIA to put together one heck of an exciting giveaway!This month, we're giving you all a chance to win a trio of awesome NVIDIA SHIELD Tablets, along with a companion SHIELD Wireless Controller and Cover. And we’re talking 32GB LTE SHIELD Tablets here, locked and loaded with the freshly released Android Lollipop update and access to NVIDIA’s GRID game streaming service! Three Identical Prize Packages Are Up For Grabs!32GB LTE/Wi-Fi SHIELD Tablet + Wireless Controller + Cover For a chance to win,... Read more...
We’ve got a brand new episode of HotHardware’s Two and a Half Geeks up in our channel for your viewing pleasure. Although we’re sans our half geek again, Dave and Marco discuss the brand new design on the HotHardware page, the just-released Samsung SSD 850 EVO, the Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro, our current giveaway featuring NVIDIA’s awesome SHIELD Tablet, and a whole lot more. Show Notes: 02:23 - Welcome to HotHardware 5.0 05:00 - Samsung SSD 850 EVO Solid State Drive Review 12:20 - Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro Review with Intel’s Core M 23:35 - Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Review 24:00 - Dragon Age: Inquisition... Read more...
Last week, NVIDIA spilled the beans and released some new information regarding its Android Lollipop update for the SHIELD Tablet and also revealed a new game bundle, which included Half Life 2: Episode One, and a revamped GRID beta featuring new games, additional servers, and a commitment to steadily offer even more games moving forward. We’ve got many of details regarding the updates and additions coming to the SHIELD Tablet right here, if you didn’t catch them the first time around. A couple of days after that post went up, NVIDIA gave us early access to the Android Lollipop... Read more...
The SHIELD Tablet is only a few months old, but NVIDIA is already updating the device with a freshly minted OS, a refreshed SHIELD Hub (and other NVIDIA apps), and access to the company’s newly upgraded GRID Game Streaming service. A number of new Tegra K1 optimized games are arriving as well, as well as a new game bundle which includes one of the best reviewed PC games of all time. We’ve already mentioned that NVIDIA had an Android Lollipop update on the way for the SHIELD Tablet, but we have a few more details to share today. The SHIELD Tablet Android Lollipop update will... Read more...
With Android 5.0 'Lollipop' having officially released yesterday, the game is on to predict when the myriad of supported devices will actually receive their update. Word has it that Google's recent Nexus lineup (4, 5, 7, and 10) will be one of the first to receive the OTA update, while select phones, like the Moto G, will receive it later this month. Not wanting to keep quiet in this party, NVIDIA has just announced its support of Lollipop as well, with note that its SHIELD Tablet will be treated to the update later this month. The above video is a quick one, so on the NVIDIA side, it seems that... Read more...
If you somehow resisted buying an NVIDIA Shield gaming tablet earlier this year, you're in luck: there's a better model ready for your hard-earned dollars. The Android-based, gaming-centric slate is now available with 32GB of storage as well as a 4G LTE radio, with pre-orders open today. It's selling for $100 more than the basic $299 Shield (which is still available, by the way), which offers 16GB of onboard storage and Wi-Fi. Twice the storage and the ability to get online while on the road is a big deal for gamers. Some may argue that this should've been on the original, but hey, better late... Read more...
There's a new SHIELD tablet coming to town, and this one wields 32GB of built-in storage and 4G LTE connectivity certified on AT&T's high-speed network. That's twice as much storage as the Wi-Fi version, and when you activate NVIDIA's SHIELD tablet on a qualifying LTE plan through AT&T, you'll receive a $100 bill credit that offsets the price difference. The SHIELD 32GB 4G LTE models runs $399 MSRP, versus $299 MSRP for the 16GB Wi-Fi model. The obvious advantage of having a 4G LTE radio is the ability to connect online where open Wi-Fi signals aren't available, thus allowing you to stream... Read more...
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