CES 2017: Nvidia Will Launch New Shield Android TV Hardware

Posted: Dec 7 2016, 12:23pm CST | by , Updated: Dec 7 2016, 11:13pm CST , in CES


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CES 2017: Nvidia Will Launch New Shield Android TV Hardware
  • New NVidia Shield Android TV Box Might be launched at CES 2017

NVidia Shield Android TV is coming to the CES event with new changes.

NVidia is going to reveal a new piece of Android TV hardware at the CES 2017. The NVidia Shield line is going to offer new products in CES 2017. The CES 2017 has been the platform for many new and already established electric units makers.

This event brings out the true talent and latest electronic technology each year with the help of latest along with innovative ideas from all over the world. This year many different companies are working towards introducing the new technology.

NVidia Shield Android TV hardware referesh will be presented at the CES 2017 too. It is a TV box introduced by NVidia and its upgraded model will be presented in this year’s CES event, according to Slashgear.

The NVidia Shield Android TV box was released for the first time in year 2015 however this year the company hasn’t shared any official word on the device launch yet.

Though we have an inside news that this next generation NVidia Shield Android TV box will be released in a new version this year. The NVidia Shield Android is a famous and widely used TV box since its reveal for the first time.

There are not a lot of changes that are supposed to happen in this new one. We are referring to the inclusion of WIFI support that will support 802.11ac WIFI and will have MIMO antennas. This will give full advantage to the wireless connectivity speed.

The controller of this new and updated version is supposed to follow the pattern of Bluetooth Low Energy rather than WIFI direct. We are looking for new changes in remote control of the device too. It is regarded that its power will be transferred to Bluetooth.

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