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Nvidia SHIELD Android TV Device Will Launch With 50 Games! and Game Streaming Service GRID

Not many consoles can boast more than a few games at release. The new SHIELD from NVIDIA will launch with 50 titles! The Shield will release at $199 and it will be bundled with the game controller. NVIDIA Grid will be the worlds first video game streaming service which will also launch alongside the device. You will no longer have to download hundreds of Gigabytes of games. Just “Click and Play” in less than a minute. Games are streamed in 1080p and at 60fps if you upgrade to the premium service, otherwise games are streamed at 720p at 30fps.

SHIELD Is The New Living Room Entertainment Device From NVIDIA


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Nvidia has been the go to OEM for gaming tablets and devices when it comes to Android. They have just released an all new Living Room Entertainment device called “SHIELD”. It is very well designed and looks sleek and industrial with a sweet looking glowing light on the front. It is designed to stand in its polished aluminum stand or lay flat. It is super thin and has some raised gliphs on the front and top.

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Verizon May Be Willing To Negotiate To Keep Your Business

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In the distant past it had always been a safe bet that if you threatened to drop your subscription service providers would be willing to negotiate to keep your business. In the digital age this has not always been the case. A few years back I had an issue with Verizon and their insurance policy. I was paying for the insurance which basically guaranteed me a refurbished phone if my phone broke. Well it turns out that these refurbished phones were pieces of junk. I went through 10 LG Allys before flipping my lid. I can remember saying something to the effect of  “I will take my business elsewhere if you don’t give me a NEW phone that actually works.” The manager told me I was more than welcome to take my business elsewhere, and that she would also be very happy to take my $250 ETF per line, and also reminded me that I wouldn’t get good reception with any other carrier.


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