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Tuesday, 10 June 2014 10:33

SHIELD tablet new Agent confirmed

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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By Nvidia website leak

It turns out that Dr Strange might not be the only weird thing associated with SHIELD. Recently we had a tremor in the force about a SHIELD tablet, and it turns out that we were right.

A screen capture of Nvidia Tegrazone has confirmed the existence of a SHIELD tablet which has a Tegra K1 at its nerve centre. It also comes in an 8-inch format.

Smart money is that it will have a 5GHz Wireless LAN as this is one of Nvidia requirements to stream the games over the Gamestream. Since the tablet is called SHIELD we expect that streaming of PC games will be a big selling point for this device, but probably with no Marvell tie-ups – sorry Sky fans.

Tech report readers was the one to spot it, and it is a nice catch. We expect to see SHIELD tablet shipping earliest in July.

Last modified on Tuesday, 10 June 2014 21:08
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