NVIDIA Unveils the Android-Based Shield Entertainment Device

California-based NVIDIA recently announced the launch of its new Shield entertainment device at the

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California-based NVIDIA recently announced the launch of its new Shield entertainment device at the Game Developers Conference. The home console, which is based on the new Android TV operating system, will be able to stream music and movies on demand, in addition to playing games. Games will be available on the company’s GRID game-streaming service as well as the Shield store where users can download titles including Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, DOOM 3 BFG Edition, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance among various others. Priced at $199 USD, the NVIDIA Shield will hit the U.S. markets in May.

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