NVIDIA® SHIELD™ Tablet K1 £149 inc delivery @ PC Specialist
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NVIDIA® SHIELD™ Tablet K1 £149 inc delivery @ PC Specialist

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Found 16th Mar 2016
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Specification Snapshot:
NVIDIA ShadowPlay
NVIDIA GameStream
Micro USB 2.0 Port
4K Ultra-HD Ready
NVIDIA® Tegra® K1 2.2 GHz Quad-Core Processor
Android 5.0TM Lollipop OS
Mini-HDMI 1.4a output
8-inch 1920 x 1200 multi-touch IPS panel
100% Fanless Solution
Front & Back 5MP Webcam
Micro SD Card Reader
Optional 3G & GPS
Gyro Sensor
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It's not available until mid May
Mid to late May for stock, they must be last on the list of vendors.
that's because the "new" version of the tablet isn't out until May by the look of it- ebuyer have the same release date. It's not a deal as such because this is the new RRP. They've taken the existing shield tablet and cut a few corners to reduce the price. Still hell of a great tablet tho...
I bought one of these in November last year with the K1 chip, looks exactly the same spec to me so not sure what this new version is?

I paid £149 from Amazon for it.

It's a great tablet.
There isn't (yet) a NEW version. This is the RRP of the 'updated' release from July/August last year.
Are these totally game-centric or do they make decent cheap Android tablets? ... or do I need to ask Google?
Waiting for an x1 version
SleepyChris

Are these totally game-centric or do they make decent cheap Android … Are these totally game-centric or do they make decent cheap Android tablets? ... or do I need to ask Google?



I've had one for a year or so and it's a good all around tablet IMHO. It's a little narrower than some but works well for stuff like Marvel Unlimited, Kindle, Netflix, etc as well as working brilliantly for games. I've had stuff up to Dreamcast emulators running on it without much issue.
Stealth_Fox

I've had one for a year or so and it's a good all around tablet IMHO. … I've had one for a year or so and it's a good all around tablet IMHO. It's a little narrower than some but works well for stuff like Marvel Unlimited, Kindle, Netflix, etc as well as working brilliantly for games. I've had stuff up to Dreamcast emulators running on it without much issue.



​Thanks...will give it a look
While this is clearly not a deal of any kind I have to say my name is on one of these come May release. With a decent 5Ghz router you can stream games direct from your PC in 1080p 60fps, now whats not to like about that!?
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