The Nvidia Shield launches next month, and the Android-based super-handheld has been given a sparkly new trailer to showcase the final model and specifications.
The angular portable device is packing a 5″ 720p multitouch screen, a Tegra 4 quad core processor, 2 GB of RAM, 16GB of flash storage space, a micro SD slot for more storage (thank god!), the holy trinity of GPS, WiFi and BlueTooth. Oh, and there's a mini-HDMI out port too.
It'll allow you to play Android games all over the place (the Shield arrives running Android Jellybean and comes pre-loaded with Sonic 4: Episode 2 and Expendable: Rearmed), and it will let you stream games to it from your PC.
You can find full specs here on the official site, and pre-orders have already opened up to those who signed up to Nvidia's mailing list, with public pre-orders starting on May 20th. The Shield will cost $349.