Nvidia has announced its portable gaming console, the Shield, will be available on June 27 for $299.
The company slashed the price, which was $349 when preorders opened up last month, after consumers who have had hands-on time with the device had difficulties with the high price tag. Customers who have already put in a preorder will be charged the discounted price. The console runs on the Nvidia Tegra 4 processor.
Nvidia originally debuted the Shield at CES 2013 in January. The company gave users hands-on time with the Android console for the first time in March at PAX East. Following complaints from the users, the company redesigned the physical console before showing it off again at Computex and E3.
Source: The Verge