NVIDIA Shield Tablet was one of the most interesting tablet of 2014 and has achieved excellent sales and the approval of the audience, so it’s natural that NVIDIA wants to replicate, especially now that he has a new SoC to show us, namely Tegra X 1, presented at the CES in Las Vegas.
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So, NVIDIA Sheild 2 Tablets could be presented on March 17 or maybe before, keeping the format to 8 inches it would be appreciated by the public; It will also be already upgraded to Android 5.0 Lollipop, for a mere question logic (hardly could come out with a version less than the previous model). In case you don’t remember, here are the features of this SoC:
- Maxwell 256-core GPU
- 8 CPU cores (4 x ARM Cortex A57 + 4 x ARM Cortex A53)
- 60 fps 4 k video (h. 265, h. 264, VP9)
- 3 gigapixels of camera throughput
- 20nm process
It promises to be a very respectable tablets so that hopefully keep an aggressive price (last year was launched at 299 dollars) and any other good features that have made the Shield a great product.