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NVIDIA Shield console now available from the Google Store


The #NVIDIA #Shield console has been available for quite some time now, although it was surprisingly missing from the #Google Store. That changes today with the console now up for grabs from Google’s dedicated hardware store in the U.S. , carrying a price tag of $199.99.

The device is also said to be available in the Canadian Google Store as of now. The Shield joins the rest of the #AndroidTV lineup on Google’s roster such as the Razer Forge TV and the Nexus Player.

What makes the Shield console stand apart from the rest of the competition is the fact that it comes with its online game streaming service, known as GRID. The Google Store listing is accompanied by accessories like additional controllers, the Shield remote as well as a stand, which won’t set you back by much.

The Shield console comes with 2GB of RAM, the powerful Tegra X1 chip and a wide range of connectivity ports, including USB 3.0 and a microSD card slot, so you will never run out of storage on this one. Head over to the link below to place the order from the Google Store.

Source: Google Store

Via: Android Police

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