Packaging

It might be silly to some people, but your user experience starts with the second you see the box of the product. Some companies, like apple, have known this for a long time. Picking up the box for the Shield was exciting. It shows off the system on the front and the back, both with and without the screen flipped up. There isn’t a lot of information on the rest of the packaging though, hopefully you already know what the Shield is.

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Moving to the inside of the packaging you do get the full experience though. The Shield is showcased right when you open everything up. Once you pull the Shield out you will find the USB charging cable and the AC to USB adapter as well. The Nvidia logo on the adapter is a nice touch, same with the Shield logo on each end of the charging cable as well.

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Inside for documentation you just get a fold out poster that has a quick start guide on one side and a photo of the Shield on the other side with notes on what each button does.

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #33495 20 Dec 2013 18:05
I hope everyone is having a nice Friday and getting ready for the crazy week we will all have next week. Today I have a special review, a look at the Nvidia Shield. Please let me know what you think!
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Plague replied the topic: #33499 20 Dec 2013 18:55
question the first graphic in the benchmark section doesn't have the shield listed, was that correct?
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garfi3ld replied the topic: #33503 20 Dec 2013 19:27
Thanks for pointing that out, that is an old benchmark that wouldn't let me run anylonger
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Plague replied the topic: #33504 20 Dec 2013 21:49

garfi3ld wrote: Thanks for pointing that out, that is an old benchmark that wouldn't let me run anylonger


ahh well that explains that. hehe

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