Gaming tablet NVIDIA Shield has got a new software update from the chipmakers in order to boost its performance and give an enthralling experience to the gamers once the patch is installed in the device.
The makers have rolled out update 1.2 for the NVIDIA Shield which will improve the existing features of the Shield Hub, which allows device users to access titles from their libraries and even purchase or add new titles.
The developers say the software update will also allow the gamers to customize the My Media Apps sections as well as the My Android Games. Moreover, with the updated version of the device the gamers can share news stories and boost touchscreen responsiveness. The update will also provide a swipe feature to the users that will add on to their convenience while handling the device.
The developers say the users can of course expect the usual miscellaneous stability updates while installing the new software update.
Tech experts say NVIDIA has been so far consistent in rolling out updates for the Shield gaming tablets. The chipmakers had released the previous patches on the 28th of July and August.
Aside from the new software update, NVIDIA also gave a pleasant surprise to its fans by launching the 32 GB LTE version of the NVIDIA Shield on Tuesday. The new version has so far received enough appreciation and hands-on reviews from the tech experts, critics and the users.
The NVIDIA Shield tablet with LTE comes with a price tag of USD 400 off-contract. The device can also be purchased for USD 300 on an AT&T LTE contract, while its 16 GB version can be bought for USD 300 off-contract.
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