Nvidia Shield Tablet 32GB LTE Up For Pre-Orders: Shipments To Begin Sept 30 Onwards

Here is a treat to the tablet gamers. One of the tablets that has been considered as the best gaming tablet definitely is the one from Nvidia and it's dubbed as the Nvidia Shield.

Nvidia Shield Tablet In Pictures

Nvidia Shield Tablet 32GB LTE Up For Pre-Orders

The first Shield tablet with 16 GB built in memory and Wi-Fi support was launched back in July 2014 and is available across the global market including India.

Nvidia Shield Tablet In Pictures

Nvidia Shield Tablet 32GB LTE Up For Pre-Orders

Not the upgraded variant of the Shield tablet has been put on pre-orders in the US market by the company. It was back in July that Nvidia said that a 32 GB LTE version of the Shield tablet would be available later this year and here it is already up for pre-order from the US and European market. The shipments will begin on September 30th.

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Talking about the specs, the new Nvidia Shield comes with an 8-inch multi-touch Full HD (1920x1200) display. It is powered by Nvidia Tegra K1 quad-core processor clocked at 2.2 GHz and 192 core Kepler GPU. Also 2GB RAM assists in smooth functioning of the tablet. The Shield tablet further features Android KitKat OS.

Nvidia Shield Tablet In Pictures

Nvidia Shield Tablet 32GB LTE Up For Pre-Orders

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Connectivity options in the tablet include Micro-SIM, WiFi+4G LTE or WiFi-only, Mini-HDMI output, Micro-USB 2.0, Bluetooth 4.0 LE, GPS / GLONASS and a MicroSD slot.

Other specs include stereo speakers, 5 MP cameras (both on the front, and back), 19.75 Watt Hours battery.

Nvidia is offering the Shield Tablet 32 GB LTE unlocked for $399 (Approx. Rs. 24,329). The company has not spoken anything regarding the availability of the new Shield tablet in other markets.

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