Nvidia has announced its new Shield gaming device during a GDC 2015 press event tonight. The Android TV-based console is powered by Nvidia's Tegra X1 Super Chip and comes bundled with one Shield controller.
Like previous Shield devices, the new Shield allows you to stream games from your Nvidia GeForce-powered PC to your device or a TV. The device can be controlled using a bluetooth remote, which can act as a receiver for headphones. A microphone on the bottom of the remote will be able to take voice commands. The remote will be sold separately and is rechargeable via USB.
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