NVIDIA Shield drops by the FCC, gets ready to fill pre-orders

NVIDIA Shield drops by the FCC, gets ready to fill pre-orders

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Eager to get your mitts on NVIDIA's first Tegra 4 device? Cast your jealous eyes upon the federal government -- they've already got one. NVIDIA's Shield gaming handheld dropped by the FCC to get its label approved, betraying its original code name, Project Thor, in the processes. Hardly a...
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