In its weekly Project Shield PC Monday, Nvidia decided to show off a bit more hands-on time with its Project Shield console announced earlier this year at CES.
In case you somehow managed to miss it, Project Shield is Nvidia's handheld console that combines a Tegra 4 equipped Android based controller/console with a screen and which can easily stream any PC game to a bigger screen.
During the CES keynote, we had a chance to see Need For Speed streamed from the PC system and now Nvidia decided to show off some Borderlands 2 gaming on the Project Shield. The game was streamed from a PC with Geforce GTX 680 graphics card with maximum graphics settings.
You can check out the video below and find more over at Nvidia's blog site.