The front of the packaging for the NVIDIA SHIELD really shows off a great shot of the system open, up, up and running.
Flipping the package over we get a nice shot of the NVIDIA SHIELD closed up.
If you happen to pick up a SHIELD at a retail location, this particular side of the retail packaging boast several of the features including the Tegra 4 at the heart, console grade controller, and Google play with more than 700,000 apps and such. In addition to the features the specifications and accessories are listed along the bottom as well.
Once the outer shell has been removed from the NVIDIA SHIELD packaging, we are presented with a significantly sturdier box. This box is a clam shell design that keeps the SHIELD securely in place.
The interior of the packaging is formed to keep the SHIELD in place and secure. This is one of the best packages I’ve come across in terms of design, zero chance of the SHIELD moving around in there.
The NVIDIA SHIELD doesn’t have much of a bundle that comes with it. Though it really doesn’t need anything other than the paper work to let us know how to use it, and a charger. The USB cable that comes with the SHIELD measures five feet long, and the charger has a rated output of 5.2 Volts and 2.1 Amps.