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Nvidia might try to take on the Pixel Slate with a new 2-in-1 tablet (Latest version)


According to some code found in the latest version of the Nvidia Shield Experience software – as seen for the first time XDA Developers – It is possible that Nvidia works on a new 2-in-1 tablet. Since the 2015, the company has not released a tablet product Nvidia Shield K1.

XDA says findings show that the latest version of Shield Experience – what powers its streaming boxes and its tablets – refer to "a code name" Mysticism. " This Mystic product can quickly switch between three modes: desktop, tablet and a third mode called "dynamic".

Although there is no concrete detail about a new piece of hardware in that small amount of information, it seems strong that Nvidia Skield Experience optimizes to work with a new product that can switch between tablet and desktop modes. It indicates a 2-in-1 hybrid laptop, similar to the Google Pixel Slate or the Microsoft surface.

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Since this development happens within Shield Experience, it is safe to assume that this product is based on Android, not Chrome OS or Windows.

This rumor is already a bit shaky, but the alleged device specifications are even more shocking. XDA suggests that the 2-in-1 can have a 13.5-inch screen with a resolution of 3000 x 2000. However, these specifications may be outdated or just placeholders within the code.

All characters point to the Google Pixel Slate Don't go too well with the audiences, offering a ripe opportunity for a company like Nvidia to step in. As the tablet came from Nvidia, there was a high probability that it would have a game focus.

What do you think? Are you in the market for an Android tablet / laptop from Nvidia? Let us know in the comments.

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