The Nvidia Shield will hit the US stores in July 27. This device with a 5-inch 720p multitouch screen and the Android Jelly Bean operative system features a Tegra 4 chip capable of running even the highest-end games, and is also able to play your games from your PC with an Nvidia GeForce graphics card via streaming.
Its official price was always 350 USD, which received lots or criticism for being too high. Now, NVIDIA has announced a price cut of 50 USD, making the final price of the console 300 USD. Of course, those who pre-ordered it won’t have to pay the initial 350 USD Nvidia was charging merely a few days ago.