Unlike the majority of Android TV boxes out there, the NVIDIA Shield TV Pro power to space – delivering the best hardware you can find these days in a dedicated streaming device. While the NVIDIA Shield TV Pro rarely gets discounted, you can now pick on up for $180 from Amazon.
The NVIDIA Shield TV Pro is powered by the company’s Tegra X1+ processor, making it one of the only Android TV devices we’d recommend for gaming. It also supports Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos content, 4k upscaling and is also compatible with Nvidia’s GeForce Now game streaming service. In addition to its 3GB of RAM, Nvidia has included 16GB of internal storage and limitless expandable storage capabilities via USB which allow the Nvidia Shield TV Pro to be used at a Plex server for your house.
If Plex isn’t your thing and you don’t mind having only 2GB of RAM and 8GB of storage, the regular Nvidia Shield TV is also on sale. The $129.99 discounted price of the Shield TV matched the all-time low price that Nvidia offered during Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
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