Nvidia Shield Tablet and Wireless controller.

Nvidia Shield Tablet and Controller

Nvidia Shield Tablet and Wireless controller.  

Nvidia Shield Tablt and Wireless Controller

Earlier today I gave you info on Nvidia's Shield Tablet, but now the damn has burst for Nvidia and all the information we will ever need for this product is out in the form of leaked slides.

On July 22nd, or the end ot this timer if you prefer, Nvidia will announce its own device, called SHIELD Tablet. It will be accompanied by wireless controller designed specifically for the NVIDIA SHIELD family, meaning you will be able to control either any SHIELD device. This means that more shield branded products may be on the way.

SHIELD tablet is 8 inch device (not 7.9 as oroginally reported) with 1920×1080 resolution. It has 2GB RAM, Tegra K1 SoC with 192 CUDA cores and a QuadCore 2.2 GHz A15 CPU. Tablet has dual speakers, a Nvidia Direct Stylus 2 and 5 MPIX ‘selfie’ camera (targeted at Twitch Streamers).

The SHIELD tablet will be available in two versions, a cheaper 16GB model costs $299 and it only has WIFI connectivity with NVIDIA asking for $100 more if you decide to get a 32GB model with LTE modem on board. The SHIELD controller costs $59, however I cannot confirm yet if it works with other devices (for those who want a Nvidia branded PC controller).

Now without further ado, lets have a look at these leaked slides.

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Nvidia Shield Tablet and Wireless controller.  Nvidia Shield Tablet and Wireless controller.  

 

The Nvidia tablet will release on the 29th of July in the US and Canada, with a later European release on August 14th. More regions are yet to be announced but Nvidia say it will release for them in Fall 2014.

 

Join the discussion about Nvidia's Shield Tablet Leak on the OC3D forums.

 

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18-07-2014, 05:06:52

WYP
Today we have a leak about their Shield successor, an Slate Style Tablet with some remarkable specs.

http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/artic...044702268l.jpg

UPDATE!!!!

Nvidia's leak has became a full on rupture. Here is everything you need to know about Nvidia's Shield Tab and its Wireless controller.


http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/artic...114558617l.jpg

Read more about Nvidia's Shield Tablet LeakQuote

18-07-2014, 05:34:44

tinytomlogan
Im starting to love you a tiny bit you know Quote

18-07-2014, 05:35:09

ShaunB-91
Ew what is that ugly thing, looks like a HTC One.Quote

18-07-2014, 05:38:32

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by tinytomlogan View Post
Im starting to love you a tiny bit you know
http://fc02.deviantart.net/fs41/f/20...intJimmy96.jpgQuote

18-07-2014, 06:13:50

YouWhat
Quote:
Originally Posted by Watsyerproblem View Post
There nothing wrong with a bit of bromance.... as long as I not involed in it!!

The shield definately looks interesting, but till there is a bit more information about on it, I will reserve judgment on it, but the specs, sounds like a modified original Nexus 7 and hyped up with latest stuff.Quote

18-07-2014, 06:23:25

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by YouWhat View Post
There nothing wrong with a bit of bromance.... as long as I not involed in it!!

The shield definately looks interesting, but till there is a bit more information about on it, I will reserve judgment on it, but the specs, sounds like a modified original Nexus 7 and hyped up with latest stuff.
I do like the idea of the Shield, but it restricts me to an Nvidia environment. I don't want restriction.

Nvidia ATM want to create a Nvidia ecosystem, with a G-SYNC monitor, a Shield for streaming etc. But entering that System will undoubtedly limit how much i can streach my budget sometimes as I always go for what gets me the greatest performance for the pound, which isn't always Nvidia.Quote

18-07-2014, 08:24:58

ChronoCabal
http://ultimate.nvidia.eu/en-gb

Do you guys think the above refers to the Shield tablet, or something else?Quote

18-07-2014, 11:07:38

YouWhat
Who knows, it could be, it also could be the announcement of some of the 800 series gfx cards and when they plan to become available.Quote

18-07-2014, 12:03:24

WYP
UPDATE!!!!

Nvidia's leak has became a full on rupture. Here is everything you need to know about Nvidia's Shield Tab and its Wireless controller.


http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/artic...114558617l.jpg

Read more about Nvidia's Shield Tablet Leak

Also edited the OP. Talk about a leak, Nvidia is going to be ed.

They spent so much time setting up the timer and everything.

http://ultimate.nvidia.eu/en-gbQuote

18-07-2014, 12:29:44

RickPlaysWarr
Hi

I am a bit confused - does this device also allow you to play the games on your PC through the tablet/controller if you have an Nvidia GTX GPU. I have never tried that but seem to have noticed when installing my GTX 760 ROG Striker

Would love an explanation of what it is as I have not followed the Shield device at all

--Rick--Quote

18-07-2014, 12:34:32

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by RickPlaysWarr View Post
Hi

I am a bit confused - does this device also allow you to play the games on your PC through the tablet/controller if you have an Nvidia GTX GPU. I have never tried that but seem to have noticed when installing my GTX 760 ROG Striker

Would love an explanation of what it is as I have not followed the Shield device at all

--Rick--
Essentially with a shield your Nvidia based Desktop can game and stream the image to your Shield Device (either Shield 1 or Shield Tab). It is relatively low latency and using your controller you can then play your game.

Then there are Shield games/ games on android and Nvidia Grid.
I don't know much about Grid but i think it is when Nvidia servers play the game and stream it to Shield.Quote
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