NVIDIA Shield gets a Black Friday price cut until December 2
The Shield pack comes with free carrying case, free shipping and 2 free games
Time for NVIDIA to jump into some Black Friday action with its impressive Shield gaming gear being $50 discounted for purchases around an array of retailers. US gamers will now have a very great Christmas as the NVIDIA Shield has its price cut off to just $249.00.The specific offer comes from NVIDIA directly so if that isn’t enough, those who purchase the gear will get a free carrying cace for their Shield that is said to worth $40 along with free shipping. The sweet deal will be accompanied by two free games as well and those are said to be Sonic 4 Episode II THD and Expendable: Rearmed.
On one hand, the NVIDIA Shield pack costs almost as much as a brand new Sony PS Vita. On the other hand, when we consider its amazing capabilities, $249.99 is quite the deal to be taken advantage of while it’s still standing. The gaming gear is a flexible stand-alone system with a battery suited for wireless gameplay and it supports every possible Android high-end game. Shield can be also used as a remote for desktop games when being paired-up with your PC. It requires a GeForce GTX 650 or later, at least Intel Core i3-2100 at 3.1GHz and minimum 4GB memory.
In fact, you can find the offer in many third-party retailers like Amazon, Best Buy and Gamestop, however some specials are possible to vary depending on the retailer. For example, Gamestop doesn’t offer the free case with the Shield package; however the retailer includes a $25 gift card by Google Play. Best Buy and Amazon are offering the Shield pack the way it originally is. So, you’ll obviously need to browse through few retailers and double-check their deals in order to find the offer that’s most appealing to you.
Most importantly, the deal stays until 11:59PM EST on December 2 that is next Monday.
Source: Android Authority