At CES 2018 today, Nvidia has unveiled Big Format Gaming Displays (BFGDs). As their name suggests, they are giant gaming monitors that will be made by Acer, ASUS, and HP. How big? 65-inches.
Nvidia today announced its latest revision to Shield, its Android TV-powered streaming box. The new Shield TV features a sleek and elegant design that is 40 percent smaller than its predecessor, and it now ships with a game controller as well as a remote.
NVIDIA has managed to keep the SHIELD Android TV set-top box up-to-date with plenty of software releases, including updating the device to Android Marshmallow not too long ago.
In November, NVIDIA launched, or re-launched, the SHIELD tablet K1 with a lower price tag to entice new buyers.
Nvidia has just unveiled the successor to its last year’s Shield tablet, dubbed the Shield Tablet K1. For all intents and purposes, the K1 is exactly like the original Shield tablet, but it comes with a few design tweaks and a lower price tag that helps it set it apart from its predecessor.
It’s been quite some time since NVIDIA officially unveiled the Android TV-based SHIELD set-top box, but now it’s finally available in the Google Store.
NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet now being upgraded to Android 5.1.1 with optimizations and stability improvements
Earlier on July 31, NVIDIA officially announced that some units of its SHIELD Tablet lineup were being recalled due to a fire hazard with the battery.
Nvidia today announced that it is recalling certain units of its 8-inch SHIELD tablet that were sold between July 2015 and 2015 due to a fire hazard.
In April, it was revealed that Android 5.1 would be landing on the NVIDIA-branded Shield Tablet and Portable at some point in the future.
Back in early March of this year, NVIDIA officially unveiled the SHIELD set-top box, which runs Android TV. Now, a couple of months later, it’s finally available.