NVIDIA's SHIELD Tablet arrived earlier this year and it was one of the first devices to use NVIDIA's Tegra K1 platform with 4 Cortex A15 cores and a single SMX GPU based on NVIDIA's Kepler architecture.
The new pricing is roughly in line with the cost of upgrades to other popular Android tablets like the Nexus 7, and significantly less expensive than upgrading an iPad to a 32GB model with LTE.
In addition to the new model, NVIDIA announced three new games optimized for Tegra K1 that are coming soon -- Beach Buggy Racing, BombSquad and Broadsword: Age of Chivalry.
Customers in the United States on AT&T can also receive a special offer when buying the SHIELD Tablet with LTE. When activating it on a qualifying AT&T plan with a 2 year agreement, users will receive a $100 bill credit.
The SHIELD tablet with LTE and 32GB of storage can be pre-ordered now and it will ship on September 30th in the United States and Europe. Pre-orders can be made at Nvidia's official SHIELD website as well as retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, Fry's Electronics, GameStop, Micro Center, Newegg, and Tiger Direct.