NVidia Decides to Treat Us With Boxing on its Project Shield (Video)

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  • 09 Feb 2013
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  • Since NVidia announced its Project Shield late last year, the Android based gaming console has gathered an impressive number of fans waiting to get their hands on it. The device is not only very capable in terms of hardware, but it also supports some unique in its class features.

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    Project Shield is NVidia’s latest pride and joy, going to compete against devices like Kickstarter’s OUYA console and other new entries in the market. What makes NVidia’s console less likely to succeed in front of its competition is the price. In terms of hardware though, it’s one of the fastest mobile devices on the market. Powered by NVidia’s new Tegra 4 chip with 72-core GeForce GPU and with a good quantity of RAM, the device is unlikely to pose as anything short than great in terms of gaming performance.

    Courtesy of NVidia, we now get a chance to look at what’s in the box that contains what is the most advanced gaming consoles to date. Project Shield is one of the first devices able to stream games from PC, provided you have an NVidia GTX 660 GPU on you PC. The console provides the best quality gaming when streaming from PC, without any flaws in terms of fluidity or graphics quality. Enjoy the testing of a boxing title, below:

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