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Amazon Kindle Paperwhite 2015

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (2015) Review

by Rob Williams on June 26, 2015 in Mobile

Amazon has just released its third-gen Kindle Paperwhite e-reader, and while it doesn’t offer a substantial upgrade over the previous model, it does iterate on what was already a fantastic device. With a 300 ppi screen and brand-new Bookerly font at-the-ready, there’s not much to dislike with this e-reader.

Amazon Fire HD 7 2014 Tablet

Amazon Fire HD 7 (2014) Tablet Review

by Rob Williams on January 16, 2015 in Mobile

It’s hard to ignore the value proposition Amazon gives us when it comes to affordable tablets. Its Fire HD series has some notable caveats, but its hardware is often good for the price. And, for those invested in Amazon’s ecosystem, there’s no better fine-tuned option. With that, let’s check out what the latest $140 Fire HD 7 offers.

NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet and Controller

Tegra K1 Gaming is Near: NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet & Controller Preview

by Rob Williams on July 22, 2014 in Mobile

I made a prediction a couple of months ago that the next SHIELD release we’d see would be an upgrade to the original – but with a dose of Tegra K1. As it turns out, I was wrong. However, like the SHIELD portable, NVIDIA’s just-announced SHIELD Tablet and Controller are two products that portable gaming fans should get excited about.

NVIDIA Tegra K1 Chip Shot

A Look at NVIDIA’s Most Ambitious SoC Yet: Tegra K1

by Rob Williams on January 6, 2014 in Mobile, Trade Shows

NVIDIA impressed at CES 2013 with the unveiling of its Tegra 4 processor, and as is now super-clear, it wanted to blow people’s socks off at the latest event. With Tegra K1, NVIDIA caters to gamers, developers, and believe it or not, car manufacturers. Let’s investigate and find out just what it brings to the table.


The Ultimate Gaming Portable: NVIDIA SHIELD Review

by Rob Williams on November 6, 2013 in Gaming, Mobile

Are you a portable gamer that’s tired of the restrictions that bog down most handhelds? Based on Android, NVIDIA’s SHIELD portable helps fix that problem. At the same time, it even goes a step further to improve the gamepad solution. At $300, SHIELD is on the pricier side – but is it worth it?

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