Tuesday, January 17, 2017

New NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV 2017 - Price on Amazon

NVIDIA announced a new version of the Shield Android TV at CES 2017. Internally, all the specs remain the same as the original Shield, NVIDIA has made some tweaks to the box's look and feel and made it even more enticing with new accessories and software. One cool thing about the new Android TV is its portability.

Nvidia’s Shield line of devices is now more than six years old, and the latest member of the family is the new Shield Android TV, an update of Nvidia’s first set-top streaming box from 2015. The 2017 version slims down the console to a remarkably portable rectangle, adds a redesigned controller with a built-in ambient microphone, and includes a more traditional wand-like remote in the box.

The new Shield is roughly 40% smaller than the original, and the new controller has been refined with a slimmer profile and textured joysticks to help improve the gaming experience.
NVIDIA has also ditched the capacitive touch controls for the back and home buttons and added proper physical buttons, and also made sure the controller is ready to be enabled with always-listening microphones once the Shield's software is updated with Google Assistant.

Like the original, the new NVIDIA Shield Android TV is available with two storage capacity options, priced accordingly — $199 for the 16GB model, and $299 for the 500GB Pro model (which also comes with a microSD card slot). NVIDIA is currently available for, and you can get one shipped out quickly when you order from Amazon.

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