The Razer Forge TV was one of the first Android TV consoles to be unveiled in mid-2014, even before Google showed off the Nexus Player. This console has been available for a few months from a variety of online retail outlets for a very reasonable price and has now made its way to the Google Store as well.
This was always on the cards as the Forge TV is an official Android TV product, so Google could benefit on the whole with the success of consoles such as this. The day shouldn’t be far away when NVIDIA’s Shield console makes its way to the Google Store as well.
The pricing of the Razer Forge TV is the same as on other retail outlets, so you’ll still be paying $149.99 for the console along with the wireless gaming controller. The Forge TV is a decent alternative to the Nexus Player which costs about $110 along with the controller.
If you’re looking for a vastly superior gaming experience however, the NVIDIA Shield console is your only option which is priced at $199.99 and can be snatched up through retail outlets like Amazon, Best Buy or NVIDIA’s own online store.
Hit the link below to check out the Forge TV.
Source: Google Store
Via: Droid Gamers