This will be the new NVIDIA SHIELD TV: preview design

The best set-top box with Android TV operating system currently in circulation is about to receive an upgrade. We are talking about NVIDIA SHIELD TV. Of the new model we have already written on these pages in recent months following the appearance in the Network of rumors and rumors. Let's get back to it today because the device was previewed by Amazon, presumably due to an error.

Here is the new NVIDIA SHIELD TV

The card is currently deleted, but there are those who have had time to learn the information and then share it. The card of Technical specifications lists the Tegra X1 + chipset capable of guaranteeing a 25% performance increase over the previous generation, 3 GB of RAM, 16 GB of internal memory for storage and two USB ports. All to the price of $ 199.99 at day one. According to some rumors it could be compatible with Google Stadia cloud gaming. The launch date would be set for October 28th. In any case, official confirmations are missing.

Among the others features include a better upscaling system for viewing content on 4K televisions, support for Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos technologies, a remote control with a triangular profile, backlit buttons and a dedicated Netflix quick start button, compatibility with both the Google Assistant with both Amazon's Alexa for interaction using voice commands and an IR module.

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The cheapest version of the new generation NVIDIA SHIELD TV

It is not to be excluded that the new NVIDIA SHIELD TV can be offered in two variants: the one already mentioned for $ 199.99 with 16 GB of storage identified as Pro and a cheaper standard $ 149.99 with 8 GB of internal memory and microSD slot. The latter, as can be seen from the image above (shared by 9to5Google), could have a particular "tube" design. A form factor halfway between a set-top box and a TV stick. Considering the indication of October 28th as the launch date, in all probability we will not have to wait long to find out more.

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