NVIDIA has debuted a new open platform gaming system called the NVIDIA SHIELD. Shield is an Android-based, open platform designed so that you can play when, where, and how you want. The NVIDIA Shield runs on the NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor loaded with android Jelly Bean operating system from Google which powers a 5-inch 720p multi-touch display. The display is attached to a console-type game controller that has custom bass reflex integrated speakers built into the controller. The NVIDIA Shield has 802.11n Wi-Fi connectivity and Bluetooth 3.0. Shield will also ship with Google Play, Tegrazone, Sonic 4 Episode II THD, Expendable: Rearmed, Hulu plus, and Twitch TV installed. After getting to handle SHIELD at E3 2013, we like the way it feels comfortable and lightweight in your hands. We will certainly be ordering one soon! NVIDIA SHIELD will be release June 30 for $349.00.