Nvidia's Shield is a handheld gaming system powered by a Tegra 4 processor which can play console-quality games and is capable of pushing 4K-resolution video over Mini HDMI to external displays. It has a 5-inch, 720p multitouch display, a slot for microSD card expansion, and runs an unskinned version of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
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Last summer, I bought an iPad 3. I convinced myself I’d use it for everything: showing off wedding photos, reading all those neglected articles I save to Pocket, and as a second monitor for my laptop.
The only time I actually pick up the iPad, sadly, is to play video games. Perhaps the saddest part is that my iPad isn’t a very good game system. It’s bulky, the touchscreen controls are pretty crappy for navigating 3D worlds, and the graphics are merely okay. But where “real” game systems...
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