It looks like all of our NVIDIA intel was true in one way or another. The company just officially took the wraps off their brand new Tegra-K1 equipped Shield tablet. The new gaming tablet/portable console device will ship in North America July 29th. It will hit Europe August 4, and other regions of the globe later this fall. Before we jump into the nitty gritty of its specs and features, we also have pricing details. The Shield Tablet 16GB/Wi-Fi version will cost $299, and the 32GB/LTE model will sell for $399. Additionally, the optional Shield controller will cost $59. Now for the juicy parts... here's the primary spec-list: 8-inch Full HD IPS LCD display Built-in stylus that works with Nvidia’s new DirectStylus 2 tech Tegra K1 SoC - 192 Kepler-based GPU cores (with support for some desktop class graphics) Quad-core Cortex A15 processor spinning at 2.2GHz 2GB of RAM Wi-Fi only version with 16GB of built-in storage, and an LTE-equipped version with 32GB of storage Both feature an expansion card slot for up to 128GB of additional storage space That's not all though. This new tablet is more than just internals. NVIDIA have gone all-out by including what they claim are some "world's first" features for this super-gaming tablet. Here's a quote from their presser with the details, It looks like this puppy is crammed full of awesome gaming features. For some folks, this might just be the an amazing step forward in portable gaming technology. Share your thoughts!