Spencer Hayes caught up with NVIDIA project manager Justin Walker at GDC 2013, where he was showing off Project Shield, a handheld gaming device capable of playing Android games and streaming PC titles direct from the user's computer.
I can't say that I'm sold on this, but I'm also not really in a position where I feel I need to carry my PC games in the palm of my hand, either. It's compact and sleek, I'll give it that, and I think the concept could be great for those of us who share living spaces with significant others and family who like to use the television for things other than games.
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