New Nvidia Shield Tablet On The Way, Will Support 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz Bands of WiFi
Nvidia Shield has been quite successful among gamers and other users with Shield TV, Shield Portable and Shield Tablet. However, it seems that Nvidia plans to further expand its product line with a new Nvidia Shield Tablet.
A new unannounced Nvidia Shield Tablet has passed through FCC testing, and has a model number P2523 but there is not much about the technical specifications of this Nvidia Shield Tablet. According to FCC filing the Nvidia Shield Tablet will be 8.6 x 4.8 x 0.3 inches, which means the tablet will feature a 8 inch display and slightly smaller bezels compared to previous model.
According to the FCC filing the tablet will support 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz bands of WiFi, which means the tablet will be able to take advantage of fastest WiFi networks available, and also it will be weighed 349 grams.
That is what have been disclosed by FCC, however, rumors circulating the internet suggest that this new tablet from Nvidia will feature a QHD or 2K display, with 4 GB of RAM and a 6800mAh battery. Also the rumors suggests that the new shield will support a USB Type-C port.
One of the most interesting rumors that is running wild on the internet is that the new Nvidia Shield Tablet will have support for Google’s Daydream VR system, which will release later this year, also it will make the Tablet all the more useful for its users.
In related news, specs for Nvidia GTX 1060 for laptops have been leaked, and according to the leak the only difference between the desktop and laptop versions will be reduced core speed.
Nvidia will most probably will release this new Tablet in time for Christmas sales, however, we are not so sure about the price point. Most probably the price will be close to Nvidia’s previous Shield Tablet the Shield K1 which is available for $199.99.