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NVIDIA has announced a $50 price cut in its upcoming NVIDIA Shield portable Android game console to $299, just before the product is scheduled to go on sale on June 27th.
NVIDIA has launched the public pre-orders for its Android portable game console SHIELD today, three days earlier than planned, with shipments expected to start by the end of June.
HP has announced two new tablet-laptop convertibles: the HP Split x2 that runs Windows 8 on an Ivy Bridge CPU for $800, and the HP SlateBook x2 that runs Android on a Tegra 4 chipset for $480
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NVIDIA today announced the company's first Tegra chip with LTE support, the Tegra 4i. The chip uses ARM's newest CPU design, the R4 Cortex A9, in a 2.3GHz quad-core processor.
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