When Nvidia presented Project Shield during the CES in Las Vegas for the first time, I was half excited, half sceptical. A portable game console run on Android, which basically combines a remote and a screen sounded compelling and thrilling. On the other hand, I had doubts about the player's ergonomic gaming comfort, once I saw the first pictures. My doubts however were thankfully unwarranted, since Project Shield has a comfortable hold and the controls are easily operated.
Our video shows Project Shield in action. We are playing the game Real Boxing, which was specially optimized for Tegra 4 and offer ''face-slappingly'' awesome graphics.