Eur 230 for 16GB, EUR 330 for SHIELD TV Pro 500 GB
Nvidia has announced a new and smaller version of its SHIELD TV console and Amazon.de decided to offer them for pre-orders and reveal the pricing.
Scores 134,000 in AnTuTu benchmark, over 3x higher than Tegra K1
On Wednesday, a new Nvidia filing with the FCC surfaced online that shows a new 8-inch device closely resembling the current Shield and Shield K1 tablets based on Kepler GK20A GPUs. The tablet was filed as an application for “SHIELD Tablet” and is expected to feature Nvidia’s newer Maxwell-based GM20B GPU and is based on the Tegra X1 chip, complete with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.
Up against Nvidia's Tegra X1 an Apple's A9
A GFXBench of the new Snapdragon 820 has tipped up which compares the chip to Nvidia's Tegra X1 and Apple's A9.
8 inch with Android 6.0
Fudzilla has been saying for ages that a successor of the Shield tablet was coming. Now it has and it is living up to expectations.
10.2-inch tablet powered by Nvidia Tegra X1 SoC
During its press event, Google has unveiled its new premium tablet, the 10.2-inch Pixel C powered by Nvidia Tegra X1 SoC and running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS.
Most likely based on Tegra X1 SoC
It appears that Nvidia might want a piece of that Virtual Reality (VR) cake as the recent patent application shows a VR headset that is most likely powered by the Tegra X1 SoC.
$199 for 16GB, $299 for 500GB Android TV Pro
Nvidia just launched a product that we use to know as the Shield Console. These are Tegra X1 based products developed under the Shield Console codename. They launched as Shield Android TV in the US.
Right next to Shield console
Our eagle eyed colleagues have spotted a new devices that is coming from Nvidia, and this might be the first hint of a Shield portable successor.
Not a high-resolution console
Next week will be full of product launches, as we expect to officially see HTC One M9, Samsung Galaxy S6, as well as many other phones and some tablets.