NVIDIA SHIELD TV Gaming Edition | 4K HDR Streaming Media Player with GeForce NOW

November 25, 2018 - Comment

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NVIDIA SHIELD TV is the most advanced streaming media player that provides endless entertainment and is the perfect fit for your Google-connected lifestyle. Play your favorite shows in up to 4K HDR, share your photos, stream the latest songs, display your calendar, dim the lights, and so much more, all with just your voice. With SHIELD, it’s more than TV. It’s your life—smarter and more connected. Enjoy Netflix, Video, and VUDU in stunning 4K HDR and YouTube, Google Play Movies & TV, and more in up to 4K. Cut the cord with apps like YouTube TV, Sling TV or PlayStation Vue. Cast your favorite apps to your TV with Chromecast 4K built-in. Add SmartThings Link to turn SHIELD into a ZigBee and Z-wave smart home hub to wirelessly connect and automate hundreds of compatible smart devices, so they can all work together with voice commands and automations. Even use SHIELD as a Plex Media Server and stream your personal media collection to any device, anywhere. NVIDIA Game Stream harnesses the power of your GeForce GTX graphics card to let you cast your games from your PC to your TV. Don’t have a powerful gaming rig? Just stream PC games from the cloud with GeForce NOW. You can also play a new class of exclusive Android games.

Product Features

  • World Class Performance – Blazing fast and versatile enough to be a streamer, game console, media server, and smart home hub. Fully customizable, SHIELD continues to evolve and get smarter with new features.
  • 4K HDR Home Theater – Enjoy the ultimate visual experience with 4K HDR quality, immersive sound with Dolby Atmos and DTS-X surround sound pass-through, and the most 4K entertainment.
  • GeForce Now Beta Access – Transform your SHIELD TV into a powerful GeForce-powered PC gaming rig. Play hundreds of supported titles like Fortnite and access features like cloud saves and cross-play.
  • Limitless Content – Apps for all the movies, TV shows, games, and music you dream of. Cord cutting apps. Chromecast apps. View Google photos and search for entertainment with simple voice commands.
  • Google and Ecosystems – The Google Assistant, Google Play Movies and Music, and works with Google Home. Alexa controls SHIELD hands-free with Echo, plus Prime Video and Music. Some HDMI to DVI/VGA adapters may not support audio. If possible, connect your SHIELD TV to an HDMI port on your TV without using an adapter

Comments

Anonymous says:

Sleek and capable streaming device. VERY FAST! I Just received my Nvidia shield in the mail, the SHIELD TV not the PRO.Whats’ in the box?NVIDIA SHIELD TVRemoteControllerPower AdapterCharging Cable (for controller)What’s not in the box?HDMI cable – This is rather annoying, but most people will have another one laying around somewhere.Initial build quality impressions: 4/5Unit does not have a very substantial feeling to it, feels rather lightweight and a little…

Anonymous says:

Why did I wait so long to buy this? This thing is awesome. Holy moly am I so happy to not be using my Samsung TV for streaming anymore. You know… One of the coolest things, it’s so small… When I turn on the Shield, it tells my TV to turn on which tells my sound bar to turn on and vice verse. The volume control on the shield controls the sound bar. Everything just works.I got this as a mini project… A tiny 128GB USB drive to store android apps and games in the first slot. And a 4TB Passport in the second right on…

Anonymous says:

Best streamer I currently have I’ve had it only for a day (the base version, not Pro). So far I love it’s streaming apps. Netflix, Amazon, and Plex support 4K HDR, Youtube, Google Movies, Vudu and Ultraflix and a few others support 4K (no HDR for those yet, rumored to come later for Vudu, Google Movies and Youtube). The Netflix app had to be updated on the Google Play Store to get HDR support. Sadly, the Sony Ultra app (where you can own or rent Sony’s 4K HDR movies) is available but is unable to play 4KHDR items.Feels…

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