NVIDIA to begin shipping “SHIELD” portable gaming system July 31st following delay

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In late June, NVIDIA delayed their upcoming “Shield” Android-powered portable gaming system due to mechanical issues with third-party components. Yesterday, NVIDIA posted on their blog announcing that they will finally begin shipping the device on July 31st now that it is in full production.

If you order now, they’ll even throw in a limited edition t-shirt, while supplies last of course. Hit the break for the full blog post.

We have great news to share with you about NVIDIA SHIELD. The high-performance gaming and entertainment portable is in full production and will begin shipping on July 31.

Last month, we made the difficult decision to delay the launch of SHIELD due to a mechanical issue we found in our rigorous testing process. Since then we have been working non-stop to put SHIELD through its paces and ensure it meets the highest quality control standards in the industry.

Order now and get a limited edition t-shirt, while supplies last.

You can experience SHIELD for yourself at SHIELD Experience Centers at select GameStop, Microcenter and Canada Computers brick-and-mortar locations in the U.S. and Canada.

If you are ready to join the SHIELD movement and experience the ultimate gaming and entertainment portable, order now through a SHIELD Experience Center or online, and you’ll get a limited-edition SHIELD t-shirt, while supplies last.

Find the SHIELD reseller or Experience Center nearest you at http://shield.nvidia.com/where-to-preorder/.

Source: NVIDIA Blog


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