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CES is only in its second day but awards are streaming in for Project SHIELD, the show’s runaway hit, as well as our NVIDIA Tegra 4 mobile processor.

Project SHIELD has been named the show’s best product by several important publications, while a number of other outlets won’t announce theirs until Thursday.

The jury verdict so far for Project SHIELD:

  • Ubergizmo and TechnoBuffalo: “Best of CES” awards
  • CNET: “Best of CES” award finalist (award out Thursday)
  • Popular Science: “Product of the Future” award
  • LAPTOP Magazine: “Best of CES” finalist
  • Stuff magazine: “Hot Stuff” award.

Tegra 4’s also getting its share of attention.

Popular Mechanics gave NVIDIA’s Tegra 4 mobile processor an “Editor’s Choice Award.” Its editors said they were impressed not just with Tegra 4’s power, calling it a “beast,” but by its versatility, thanks its optional 4G LTE modem and ability to take HDR photos in an instant.

LAPTOP Magazine also named Tegra 4 a “Best of CES” finalist.

In addition to Project SHIELD, CNET has nominated four other products built using our processors for its “Best of CES,” awards: the Toshiba Qosmio X875, the ASUS Transformer AIO, the Razer Edge and the Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon 27.

  • John Haynes

    Hello I have an idea for it. If you make it so you can turn around the screen and place it over the controls that would make it easier for typing and doing other non-gaming things like selecting music and checking email.

  • Brian_Caulfield

    Keep that feedback coming… thanks!

  • Sagar Rawal

    Ahh…the waiting is killing me….NVIDIA, take my money!!!