Nvidia has announced its latest product which focused more on gaming capabilities in their Shield Tablet. The table will be running on Android 5.0 Lollipop and stating from November 18, the software upgrade will become publicly available for Shield Tablet owner.
On top of that, Nvidia has revealed that it will be partnering with Valve to bring the optimized version of Half-Life 2: Episode One to the tablet too. This new addition will also be included the game and Portal as part of Green Box bundle which is free when you purchase 32GB/LTE-enabled Shield Tablet for $399 through Nvida’s webstore and also online retailer. However, Nvidia have not decided until when this promotion will end.
The new Shield Tablet will comes with 192-core Tegra K1 chip which offers gamers with a unique blend of performance, value and serious gaming chops. A few media has named it as one of the top tablets to consider for their holiday gift guides and buying lists.
SHIELD tablet’s preloaded Dabbler app is also included in this update. Apart from the new interface inspired by Lollipop’s material design language, the software will also comes with full support for layers and users can now share live Dabbler sessions over Twitch.
Four other new SHIELD-optimized games which is available through Google Play:
-. OddWorld: Stranger’s Wrath – a drifter turned bounty hunter is set loose in this sprawling action-adventure game.
-. Pure Pool – superb visual effect and multi-player action make for a sophisticated take on a virtual pool hall.
-. Strike Suit zero – Born Ready Games’ space combat game features sprawling space battles gamers can experience on SHIELD’s 8-inch display or big-screen TVs.
-. Turbo dismount – The legendary crash simulator is now on Android, with smooth full resolution 4x MSAA visuals on SHIELD tablet.