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Submitted by CaptainYesterday 645d ago | review

NVIDIA Shield review: The ultimate Android gaming system? | Know Your Mobile

Rocking a Tegra 4 chipset and an Xbox-style controller, is the NVIDIA Shield the best Android gamer ever? (Nvidia Shield, PC) 4/5

specialguest  +   645d ago
Impressive specs, but android has a tiny collection of console-like games. The ones they do have pales in comparison to traditional handhelds.
UltimateMaster  +   644d ago
Yeah, but then again, I can use a Sony Xperia Z or a Samsung Galaxie 4, with Blue-Tooth connect a DualShock 3 controller and play all the same.
Now I get a phone And a game controller for it.
Saved 300$.
Both those phones have Quad-core Processors and have a rating over 20000, but with 2Gb of RAM.
shadowmist13  +   645d ago
That price isnt that bad considering its tegra 4,much better than s4,but still no word on south african released,would really like to buy one,playing skyrim on the go sounds epic.

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