NVIDIA has just dropped a bomb on the gaming industry. During their CES 2013 presentation, NVIDIA revealed an all new gaming console by the name of “Project SHIELD”. The console is powered by a Tegra 4 processor. Project Shield can be connected to a HDTV and used as a home console with the capability of streaming games from a Windows PC via Wi-Fi, provided the PC is fitted with a GeForce GTX 650 or higher card and players will have the option to download Android games through Nvidia’s TegraZone game studio, with titles optimized for the device’s Tegra 4 processor. Nvidia did not provide details on pricing or a release date. Take a look at the reveal video below.
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