NVIDIA has announced its latest handheld game console: Project SHIELD. If you want to more freely enjoy your favorite Android and PC games, the handheld gaming system should be a nice solution.
Project SHIELD is an innovative handheld gaming system designed to offer you a more handy way to enjoy mobile games and PC games. Project SHIELD measures 74 x 6-29/32 x 175mm, and as we can see from the images, the handheld gaming system features gorgeous compact design, and is powered by new Tegra 4 processor, which features custom 72-core GeForce GPU and the first quad-core application of ARM’s most advanced CPU core, the Cortex-A15. The handheld game console allows you to play games you already own or choose from the best titles from Google Play and NVIDIA TegraZone, while the integrated console-grade game controller and 5-inch retinal multitouch display with 1280 x 720 pixels resolution lets you comfortably play those famous titles.
Moreover, using WiFi, the handheld game console is able to connect with your GeForce GTX-based PC. You can use it as a wireless game controller to play those exciting computer games before your large screen, or you can also enjoy them via the retinal display at any room in your house, and Project SHIELD supports Steam game platform. After the break, check out the following demo video.
NVIDIA Project SHIELD handhold game console will be available in Q2 this year, but the pricing hasn’t unveiled until now. If you’re interested, jump to NVIDIA official site for more details.