Monday, June 1, 2015

Game console NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV went on sale in two versions – 3DNews

Game Console NVIDIA SHIELD on Android TV with support for 4K video playback, announced in March this year, has gone on sale in the US and Canada. The device can be purchased in stores retailers Best Buy, Amazon, as well as in the online store NVIDIA.

The cost of the console in a standard configuration with 16 GB of flash memory is $ 199 version is also available Shield Pro with 500 GB of memory priced at $ 299 with a bonus – a copy of the game Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel. Those wishing to purchase a remote control with voice search, stand or another controller must pay $ 49.99, $ 29.99 or $ 59.99 respectively.

Customers either version NVIDIA SHIELD will receive a gift card Google Play Gift Card for $ 30 for the purchase of digital content, as well as be able to for three months free use of the music service Google Play Music.

At Google IO conference, it was announced that the Shield will be supported streaming service HBO Now and Sling TV, as well as applications to view the content of television networks CBS, FOX and websites Vimeo and Twitch.

In addition to compatibility with existing games for the devices on Android TV, according to the company, the owners of NVIDIA SHIELD will be able to test their strength with 20 exclusive titles, as well as take advantage of the gaming service NVIDIA GRID.


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