Portal comes to Nvidia’s Android console Shield




Portal comes to Nvidia Shield, the Android handheld video card from the American developer. It is still unclear whether this means that more games will make it to the Shield or other Android devices. Switching based on the Source Engine

Nvidia Shield Portal announcement It would be a port of Portal by Nvidia with approval from Valve, which it seems unlikely that the game is widely available for the Android platform. It is likely that brings Nvidia portal to other devices with its Tegra chips.

Nvidia’s Jason Paul, head of the GeForce Gaming Department, made ​​the collaboration with Valve known . Portal is added to the game library of the Shield, which is now about 300 games counts. At the same time announces Paul extensions to the streaming functionality of the Shield. Thus, there is now the ability to turn a PC using the portable console with wake-on-lan and log on it. In addition, there Shield support added to the GTX 800M, 700M, and 600M notebook graphics cards. Finally getting the Shield an update to Android 4.4.2 KitKat and support for Bluetooth mice and keyboards.

The Nvidia Shield was released in July of 2013 in the U.S. and Canada. Reviewers were enthusiastic about the performance of the handheld console, but less about the price and supply of games. On a release outside the U.S. and Canada has Nvidia barely released anything, but that will still happen, so says Jen-Hsun Huang, CEO of Nvidia opposite Gizmodo.


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