NVIDIA is the latest company to jump on the Black Friday bandwagon and is now offering its very own high-end Android-powered handheld gaming system, the Shield, for $249 (that’s an impressive $50 discounted off the retail price), together with a free carry case worth $39.99 and two free games to get you started – Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode 2 and Expendable: Rearmed.
All items tagged with "nvidia"
Google released the original model of its flagship 7-inch tablet, the Nexus 7, back in June, 2012, and a month later the device was available to purchase from the Play Store with a $299 price tag. However, if you didn’t have the opportunity or the wherewithal to pick one up at the time, it may be of interest to you to know that you can currently grab the slate for just $119.
Camera Awesome, a hugely popular camera app with over 20 million downloads on iOS, is now available on Android. It’s packed full with a ton of great features that help you get creative and take better pictures and videos with your smartphone or tablet.
Since its launch back in May, the NVIDIA Shield has proven to be the most impressive mobile-gaming device on the market, and now several snippets of information have emerged on the internet indicating that the computing giant is in the process of developing a successor to its very popular handheld console.
We first caught a glimpse of the Wikipad back at CES in 2012, when it was formally known as the 10-inch WikiPad:3D, but a lot has changed in the past year. Today, the Tegra-powered slate hit the shelves as a 7-inch Android gaming tablet with some pretty impressive specifications.
The Wikipad was essentially designed to compete with the likes of the NVIDIA Shield and the Archos GamePad. The team behind this new gaming tablet are hoping that it has got what it takes to battle against its competitors and be the king of the mobile-gaming market.
But does this 7-inch tablet have what it takes to make its way to the top? I’ve been testing it for the past three weeks to find out.
Archos launched its first Android-powered gaming tablet, the Gamepad, back in 2012, and to be completely honest it wasn’t very impressive, particularly when compared to the beastly NVIDIA Shield. And now, thanks to a leaked listing from a Hong Kong based outlet, we have reason to believe that the French consumer electronics company is in the process of designing and manufacturing a re-vamped successor to the original Gamepad, with some pretty impressive specifications.
Kobo has today announced three new Android-powered tablets aimed at budget, midrange, and high-end tablet consumers. There are two 7-inch models and one 10-inch model, all of which are part of Kobo’s Arc family of slates and e-readers — and they’ll start hitting U.K. stores on October 16.
Following its launch in the U.S. a couple of months ago, Wikipad has today published a press release stating that its new 7-inch gaming tablet will finally be available to purchase in the U.K. from September 27, for £249.99.
A couple of images have surfaced displaying what appears to be an Android tablet manufactured by NVIDIA, with “Tegra Tab” branding. The “Tegra Tab” looks like a blend of both the gaming handheld Shield and the new Nexus 7, and sufficient evidence shows that NVIDIA’s upcoming tablet was designed around the basis of the ASUS’s latest tablet.
We’ve heard hordes of rumors indicating that a new Nexus 7 variant is on its way, but we have had little proof that the device actually existed… Until now, that is. An anonymous source has leaked an inventory screenshot for the new Nexus 2 7’ revealing the expected retail prices of both the 16GB and the 32GB.