NVIDIA Shield Android TV Box Launched

Posted: May 29 2015, 1:57am CDT | by , in Technology News


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NVIDIA Shield Android TV Box launched

the Android TV running NVIDIA Shield gives Amazon and Apple a run for the money.

NVIDIA has unveiled the NVIDIA Shield Android TV streaming Box. It packs the Tegra X1 with its 256-core NVIDIA GPU and a 64-bit CPU. The NVIDIA Shield offers up to 30x the performance of competing devices.

Shield is all about 4K content available from Netflix HD, YouTube and new apps like Pluto TV and UltraFlix. The Shield is also a full gaming console and comes with a wireless gaming controller. There are over 200 games on Android TV, and almost 20 titles are coming only to NVIDIA SHIELD within a few months of launch.

NVIDIA Shield launches today in the U.S. and Canada in two versions: Shield ($199.99) and Shield Pro ($299.99), which comes with an integrated 500 GB HD and bundled with the critically acclaimed game, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel. Shield also supports plenty of accessories. A remote control with voice search sells for $49.99, a stand for $29.99 and additional controllers for $59.99 each.

For a limited time, when consumers purchase either NVIDIA Shield or NVIDIA Shield Pro, they receive $60 worth of Google Play credit and services.

The NVIDIA Shield sells on Amazon.com.

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