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NVIDIA Project Shield: Tegra 4 gaming console with Android and Windows support

The new Tegra 4-powered Project Shield looks to bring portable gaming to the Android platform.

NVIDIA have announced Project Shield, a 7-inch clamshell device packing a 720p multi touch display and controller. There’s standard HDMI and USB ports and the ability to stream games from any computer with a GeForce card. On top of that, there’s full support for Steam, meaning you’ll be able to get some classic titles on it as well. Certain Windows titles will also be supported.

Apart from the gaming side of things, Project Shield will allow users full access to Google Play, and even access apps like Netflix and Slacker Radio.

No details on price or release date, but we’ll update as soon as we know.