It boasts an 8-inch Full HD display for immersive gaming, optional LTE support, stylus support with DirectStylus 2 and improved GameStream technology, Nvidia GRID, ShadowPlay and Twitch. The tablet also features Console mode that enables gaming on a larger screen.
The Shield Wireless controller is claimed to be an advanced controller with low Wi-Fi latency and is designed for PC game streaming and Android gaming. It also comes with a headset jack, built-in touch pad, volume control and voice command and search.
The Shield tablet will sell in Wi-Fi and LTE variants with storage capacity of 16GB and 32GB and starting price of $299. The Shield controller will go for $59.