New Nvidia Shield TV is Here
Nvidia has unveiled the new Nvidia Shield TV at CES 2017. The key highlight of the Nvidia Shield TV has the capability to support 4K Content.
The Nvidia Shield TV now comes with support to render 4K HDR content and will also come with a remote as well as a controller to play games. The pricing is on the higher side though, at $199.99, and ships at the end of this month.
Nvidia has said that it has 3X the performance of any Android TV, available in the market. The Nvidia Shield TV comes with support for 4K content from Netflix, Amazon Prime Videos, and Vudu. Old Nvidia Shield TV will get a software update for the 4K support soon, as confirmed by Nvidia.
There is also Google Assistant support, for voice control and hands-free commands something like the Google Home or the Amazon Echo home speaker. The Nvidia Shield TV comes with a microphone called as Nvidia Spot, which is sold separately. It can be placed anywhere in the home to act as a listening device for the voice commands.
The Nvidia Shield TV is more than just a TV Box, as it supports modern games like the Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, Watch Dogs 2, For Honor and works on the Nvidia GeForce Now service which allows you to play games which are hosted on the Nvidia servers and are streamed using the shield TV.
Ubisoft is likely to release games with shield support along with the PC. PS4 and XBOX in future. There will be access to 100s of games for the Nvidia Shield TV buyers. Nvidia is also planning to bring a steam App for the Shield TV in the near future.
Nvidia also announced that they are launching the Nvidia GeForce Now service which will enable gamers to play latest AAA game titles without the need for a high-end gaming PC.
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