Big turn down there. I suppose that's because they can't guarantee decent 1080p streaming yet, but that's really no excuse.Come on nVidia, at least bump the resolution up to 1080p. This is supposed to be a device for gaming enthusiasts.
While that might be true at the same time the same could be said about buying a PC to game on a Android device.Te3k :What's the point of a Shield? Just buy a Moga, and strap the universal controller to any Android device. If you've already got a phone with a decent screen and enough power, then you wouldn't need two devices. A Moga would work with any Android phone, and when you upgrade your hardware, you take your Moga with you. If your phone's not good enough, then why not upgrade it instead of buying a Shield? It makes so much more sense. We've already got an Android device. We don't need another; we just need a solution for gaming on the one we have. That's where external universal controllers come in.
You get a shield for the PC remote gaming. If you buy a Shield to play Android games you are wasting money.