XDA Roundtable with NVIDIA and NVIDIA Project SHIELD
Not too long ago, we held our first XDA Roundtable with a few developers and enthusiasts. While it was a tad bit impromptu (read: “last minute”) it was a smashing success. We vowed we would do them again, and here we are with just a bit more warning.
NVIDIA announced at CES that they were bringing out their own gaming system based on Android, dubbed Project SHIELD. The device allows you to play all sorts of great games found on the Google Play Store, as well as play games from your PC via wireless streaming. Through a great relationship with NVIDIA, we will be doing a live hangout and getting a personalized demonstration of SHIELD as well as answering your questions.
The live hangout takes place Saturday April 6 at 1PM CST (UTC-5) and here’s how this is going to work:
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