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NVIDIA has announced it has cut the price of its Shield portable Android game console to $199 until the end of April and also revealed plans for an Android version of Portal made for the device.
NVIDIA has renamed its Android game console Project SHIELD to just SHIELD. The console, which will also stream PC games on Steam, will go on sale this June for $349, with pre-orders starting May 20.
Microsoft Xbox corporate vice president Phil Harrison said today, "Entering the hardware business is a really tough business," in responding to Valve's plans for a PC-based "Steam Box".