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NVIDIA SHIELD tablet & controller 2014
brutalpanther I would love to beta test one of these.I do a large amount of android And shield hub gaming.I usually end up using the shield portable,because it's easier to hold with screen directly in front of you.I do have the shield tablet and controller but unless I'm home it's a little harder to get that just right set up.Can't really tell from pics.but the design looks promising.But the tablet is heavier than most of the ones that are 8 inches.Is It Not a little top heavy at that angle.The picture is what I use when at home,but your holder would really help make it more portable.Don't know if you still need testers.If so my email is mick7147@msn.com.I've been a gamer since back when the only games took quarters to play.


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