Nvidia's latest media players have been officially introduced after several leaked news. Nvidia has introduced two versions of it, Shield TV and Shield TV Pro.
Both of them support standard Android TV streaming box functions with Dolby Vision HDR. They also support G-Force Now for Triple A Cloud Gaming.

Shield TV

Standalone Shield is an upgraded version of the TV 2017 model. It has been included with the Tegra X1 + chip set, which is 25% higher than its predecessor. It has 2GB RAM and 8GB internal storage. I / O Selection Bus is limited to Ethernet and HDMI ports.
In addition, it has a microSD card slot.

For connectivity, it has dual band 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.0 LED. On the software side, it has Android TVOS installed, built on the basis of Android 9 Pie. It also has a new tube-shaped remote. The remote also has motion sensing and backlight buttons. It also has a programmable button and voice control feature.
Shield TVs cost $ 150. It can be purchased through the Nvidia website.

Shield TV Pro

The High End Shield TV Pro has many features and designs. It also features Dolby Vision HDR and standard de content 4K up-scaling.
Shield TV Pro can also act as a Plex media server.
It has 3GB RAM and 16GB onboard storage with Tegra X1 + chip set. It also has HDMI connector and microSD slot with two USB Type C ports. It also has a new remote control but unlike the previous version, it does not have special gaming controls in the box. The VP costs $ 200. It can also be purchased from the Nvidia website.

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