NVIDIA today announced the gaming handheld is now available at GameStop stores nationwide. The SHIELD just got an over the air update that enables some game and app files to be moved to an SD card, improved Miracast streaming and more games supported for PC streaming. Here's more info:
The NVIDIA Shield is a unique gaming handheld that looks like a game controller with a flip-up screen. And in fact it is that, but it's also a full fledged Android handheld running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and it can do anything an Android tablet or media player can. You have full access to the Google Play Store and NVIDIA's TegraZone for high quality games. The Shield is one of the first Tegra 4 mobile products on the market, and it's wickedly fast and thus well suited for gaming. The Shield has a sharp and bright 5" touch screen, dual band WiFi, Bluetooth and a GPS. The $299 handheld can even play top PC games titles via NVIDIA's PC Streaming feature, but you'll need a powerful gaming rig and a fast WiFi network to enjoy that feature.