NVIDIA Shield Tablet Review



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Miriam Joire reviews the NVIDIA Shield Tablet on Before You Buy 168.

For the full episode of Before You Buy, visit http://twit.tv/byb168

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  1. Justone
    Justone says:

    HELP. I want to get this but as i am on airplanes alot is it possible to play games that you have bought from the google android nvidia store without a wifi connection also the PC gamestream only works if you are connected to the same WiFi network correct? Or can you just leave your PC on, and go to say a friends, connect to their WiFi and play like that

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  2. Gino Guillermo
    Gino Guillermo says:

    How about a video of Android 5.1 features and improvements especially complaints/criticisms on the screen quality, muffled/forced-out speakers volume, poor battery life and slow performance please.

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  3. Tech Front|Line
    Tech Front|Line says:

    I own one of these and it's turned into my daily tablet driver(clunky at first but Nvidia fixed many issues with patches and updates) . I purchased mine during the Christmas bundle sale which included Half Life, Half Life 2, and Portal as a gaming bundle. Additionally came with the gaming controller as well and the 32GB LTE Shield Tablet for around $450. Incredibly happy with the tablet and accessories at that price.

    Additionally, because I also have a beefy gaming desktop PC at home means that i am able to stream games from my PC to my Shield tablet so I can play my heavy, robust, full-on PC games pushed to my tablet for portable gaming powered by my SLI Nvidia GTX 980s gaming desktop. The gaming PC handles the load and streams everything over at 1080p/60fps. I can also plugged the tablet into my 52" HD TV using the hdmi input and can continue gaming wirelessly using the Shield controller on the big screen.

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  4. Kyle Freeman
    Kyle Freeman says:

    nVidia shield… showed no gaming/nVidia Grid/Controller support. Yes, it is a great Android tablet. The keyboard folio differentiates the Nexus 9 quite a bit. It is a good comparison, but although the internals are very similar the use case is pretty different.

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