NVIDIA Shield pre-orders are now live

NVIDIA Shield pre-orders are now live

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So excited about selling the NVIDIA Shield are retailers that they have begun offering pre-orders early. Effective immediately, you can place an order for the gaming console/controller/Android device through places like Newegg, GameStop, and NVIDIA.

Gamers look to Gamestop as their defacto gaming destination,” said Joe Gorman, vice president of mobile at video game retailer GameStop. “As Android gamers look for a place to get the latest and greatest gear, it made total sense for us to carry SHIELD. We believe this handheld console will revolutionize the Android gaming market.”

We had a chance to play with the SHIELD at Google I/O this past week and really enjoyed the experience. Buttons were intuitive in the games we played; the 5-inch screen is quite stunning stuff.

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