NVIDIA’s Shield TV Is The World’s Most Powerful Android Streaming Device

Jul 2, 2020

Category: Tech

It’s common knowledge that the streaming world has been dominated by Apple and Roku for some time now, leaving the door (somewhat) open for another big-name manufacturer to step in. While there have been a number of promising entries into the genre, few can match the sheer stopping power of NVIDIA’s latest reveal — the Shield TV streaming system.

Calling upon the manufacturer’s all-new Tegra X1+ processor, the Shield TV streaming device has been lauded as the world’s most powerful Android TV streaming media player, thanks to the utilization of Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos surround sound. Have a 4K TV, but watch most of your content in HD? Don’t worry, the Shield boasts cutting-edge 4K upscaling tech, thanks to its powerful AI enhancement. Somehow, it manages to fit a Gigabit Ethernet port, dual-band AC Wi-Fi, a built-in power supply, and a microSD card slot into one super-sleek enclosure, allowing it to stream Netflix, Amazon Video, Disney+ and Vudu in 4K HDR resolution, without taking up too much space in your entertainment center. There’s also the standard voice control suite, courtesy of Google’s built-in Assistant, as well as an all-new remote for intuitive task mapping. Head to Amazon to pick up the Shield TV streaming device for $150.

Purchase: $150

HiConsumption is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more

More From Tech

Carroll Shelby's Own Long Lost Mustangs Were Used To Make These REC Watches

A piece of American automotive history you can wear on your wrist.

Posted By Tim Huber

Partner
Featured Image

Samsung Sets Its Sights On Apple With The Reveal Of Its All-New Galaxy Buds Pro

With effective ANC capable of eliminating up to 99% of background noise.

Posted By

Jan 15, 2021

Featured Image

Razer’s Smart N95 Face Mask Has A Built-In A/C System, Mic, & Speakers

The unit comes with a wireless charging case for quick juicing-up.

Posted By

Jan 14, 2021

Featured Image

The ASUS ROG Swift PG32UQ Is The Very First 32” HDMI 2.1 Gaming Monitor

Supporting 4K graphics at up to 120Hz and packing a 1ms MPRT.

Posted By

Jan 14, 2021

Featured Image

Razer’s Next-Level Gaming Chair Has A Curved 60″ Display For Ultra-Immersion

Housed behind the headrest, the screen deploys at the push of a button.

Posted By

Jan 13, 2021

Featured Image

Samsung Slims Down Its Frame TV & Offers A 1.4K+ Piece Art Subscription Service

Users will be able to choose from over 1,400+ different pieces to display.

Posted By

Jan 13, 2021