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Best Android tablets with the highest-resolution screens for watching videos

Looking for a large, uber-productive, robust, physical keyboard-boasting and/or stylus-supporting tablet to meet your enterprise needs? The answer to your prayers is only a couple of clicks away. How about a rugged, muscular, almost unbreakable Android slate? We have you covered there, too.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5

Don’t want much, just ultra-fast LTE connectivity and keeping non-vital expenses to a minimum? Here’s a list of the best inexpensive 4G-capable tabs available stateside. Meanwhile, students and teachers can browse our recommendations for classroom-ready gadgets, and the all-around top budget choices are indexed here.

Talk about something for everyone. Well, not quite everyone. Not yet, as we’ll cater to very particular sets of requirements in the next few weeks. Namely, we plan on rounding up the longest-lasting jumbo-sized Androids, the best tablets for gaming, and the ones that can support your obsessive Netflix binge-watching with the most grace.

Netflix Android tablet

We’ll start with the latter, and without further ado, here are the top ten Android tablets for video content playing. I.e., the tabs with the best, highest-resolution, crispest screens. We also have options for (almost) every budget, from $199 to $649:

Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 – $649 with 32 GB storage; $748 in 64 GB configuration

Yes, this gargantuan laptop replacement is really that costly. And for the most part, it’s worth every penny. Which doesn’t necessarily mean you should buy it. Unless you absolutely, without a doubt need to have the extra screen real estate compared to 10 inchers.

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Porn nature documentaries will feel almost as spellbinding as if you’d watch them in your living room, on a 50-inch 4K TV. Well, not exactly, but you get the point – the large 2,560 x 1,600 pix res Super clear LCD panel is outstanding.

Oh, before we forget, there is a way to score the Note Pro and save a buck – purchase it certified refurbished, at only $369.

Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet

We know what you’re thinking, but the Xperia Z2 name inaccurately sends all the wrong signals. This is by no means outdated, although technically, it sounds like it’s two generations behind the times. Still, it’s a tad pricey, given the less-than-stellar 1,920 x 1,200 pixels resolution.

Xperia Z2 Tablet

That’s over the Full HD mark, but produces a ppi inferior to the Note Pro, even if Sony’s big guy is a “measly” 10.1 inches in diagonal – 224 vs. 247.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 – $448 in white or bronze

Ah, yes, now we’re talking. Crowned by countless reputable media outlets as the Android tablet with the best display in history, the 10.5-inch Tab S is ironically not the most expensive product on our roster. It’s roughly 73 percent screen (ultra-slim bezel alert), and delivers staggering 288 pixel density.

Galaxy Tab S 10.5

In comparison, the smaller iPad Air 2 merely touts 264 pixels per inch. And the icing on the cake is the Super AMOLED tech used to manufacture that remarkable 10.5-inch glass. Kevin Spacey has never looked this handsome on a tablet before. Or, you know, Crazy Eyes, whichever way you’re leaning.

Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact – $418 international version

Oh, hello there, our first sub-10 inch contender. Refreshing to see you in the mix, for diversity reasons and more. Yes, this thing is tiny, compared to the GNote Pro, but the 8-inch TFT LCD screen is pixel-packed: 1,920 x 1,200, resulting in 283 ppi. Not too shabby, and if squinting isn’t too big of an inconvenience, we highly recommend the compact, bang-for-buck-tastic Z3.

Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact

Google/HTC Nexus 9 – $350 with 16 GB native storage; $430 in 32 GB variant

Not too large, and not too small, the N9 may well hit the sweet spot with its breathtakingly sharp 2,048 x 1,536 pix res 8.9-inch IPS LCD screen. The 4:3 aspect ratio is slightly unorthodox for the Android ecosystem, but if it works for Apple, why wouldn’t it for Google and HTC also?

Nexus 9

That said, old habits die hard, and most people unconsciously prefer 16:9 or so content players. Good thing the N9 is affordable, and has a slew of other things going for it besides video friendliness – Tegra K1 punch, 2 GB RAM, 6,700 mAh battery juice, etc., etc.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 – $348 in white; $400 in bronze

Reasonably priced, at least in white, Super AMOLED, 2,560 x 1,600 pixels, 359 (!!!) ppi density. Need I say more? Well, perhaps the octa-core Exynos chip and 3 GB RAM will help seal the deal, ensuring 2K movies and clips are shown glitch and stutter-free. Did we mention size isn’t everything? The 8.4-inch Tab S is ultimate proof.

Galaxy Tab S 8.4

Nvidia Shield Tablet

LTE on the cheap is Shield’s number one forte, then you have an interface designed with gamers in mind, stylus support and, last, an above-average 1,920 x 1,200 8-inch touchscreen sandwiched between a pair of slightly too thick horizontal bezels.

Shield Tablet

PPI? A cool 283. Graphics processing unit? A powerhouse 192-core (!!!) Kepler, meant to improve video quality in gaming first and foremost, but good for YouTube and Netflix optimizations as well.

Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 – $299 brand new; $220 certified refurbished

Slightly larger than the Shield, the 8.4-inch Tab Pro makes a lot more sense as a multimedia playing purchase for film buffs, even if it’s not as colorful and vibrant as its Tab S sibling. No Super AMOLED love here ergo, but the impressive 2,560 x 1,600 resolution remains impressive. And the quad-core Snapdragon 800 CPU can breezily play Full HD+ vids.

Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4

LG G Pad 8.3 – $280 Wi-Fi-only; $130 and up with Verizon LTE

In desperate need of a high-end, high-res refresh, the G Pad family relies on the aging 2013 8.3-inch model for a spot under the video-friendly sun. But really, the only way the 1,920 x 1,200 slate can be deemed a sensible buy is, and I can’t believe I’m saying this, when acquired on-contract at Verizon.

LG G Pad 8.3

No, the IPS LCD panel ain’t half bad, despite its advanced age, but the quad-core Snapdragon 600 processor can hardly keep up with content streaming advancements. Bottom line, go cheap or look away.

Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 – $199 (discounted from $239)

How in the world can a 7-inch tablet ever be a top-shelf entertainment-centric option? Simple, you take 1,920 x 1,200 resolution, generate 323 ppi, add 100 percent sRGB color accuracy on top, and wrap everything with a nice Amazon Prime Instant Video bow.

Kindle Fire HDX 7

Sure, nothing makes up for the cramped viewing surface, but as long as you’re young, and your eyesight as dependable as an eagle’s, you shouldn’t let anything stop you from procuring the best all-around sub-$200 Android-based slate.

Our work here is done, and so it’s time to pass the mic over to you, our dear, demanding readers. Did we forget your video-watching favorite? If not, which of the nominated ten is the best of the best?

5 Best Android TV Box In 2019

If you’re wanting to upgrade your TV game, then you might want to consider picking up an Android TV Box. Android TV’s work quite similarly to the Apple TV, basically transforming your TV into a Smart TV. They even work with Smart TVs, usually offering a whole lot more software for you to take advantage of. For example, a Smart TV might offer you typical applications like Netflix and YouTube, but an Android TV Box will also bring you most applications from the Google Play Store, even allowing you to play Android games on your TV!

ProductBrandNamePrice
AmazonFire TV with 4K Ultra HD and Alexa Voice RemoteBuy on Amazon|$38.62(Price as of 02/21/2019 20:31 ET)
NVIDIANVIDIA SHIELD TV Pro Home Media ServerBuy on Amazon|$388.99(Price as of 02/21/2019 20:32 ET)
EVANPOEVANPO T95Z PLUS Android 7.1 TV BOX Amlogic S912Buy on Amazon|$76.68(Price as of 02/21/2019 20:32 ET)
GlobmallAndroid Box, Globmall 2018 Model X3 Android TV BoxBuy on Amazon|$32.99(Price as of 02/21/2019 20:32 ET)
GooBang DooGooBang Doo ABOX A1 max Android 7.1 TV BoxBuy on Amazon|$59.99(Price as of 02/21/2019 20:32 ET)

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So, if you’re wanting to outfit your home entertainment center with a “smart” upgrade, follow along below and we’ll show you the 5 best Android TV Box!

NVIDIA Shield TV

The first Android TV Box that you should consider is the NVIDIA Shield. This Android TV Box is more geared towards those wanting to game on their TV. This is because the NVIDIA Shield has some serious power built-in, allowing you to play some of the most high-end games on your TV with the NVIDIA Shield. Want to play an Android first-person shooter akin to Call of Duty? Well, the NVIDIA Shield TV will run those games on your TV just flawlessly. There is a controller included so that you don’t have to buy any extra accessories.

Buy it now: Amazon

Evanpo Plus

Next, we have the Evanpo Plus. This Android TV Box isn’t geared towards Android games, but more towards providing you a flawless entertainment experience. With it, you can watch Netflix, YouTube, Hulu and many of your other favorite entertainment applications. Since it runs Android, you’ll be able to download almost any application from the Google Play Store. If you download a game, you will need to purchase a controller separately to play it.

Buy it now: Amazon

Globmall X3

Another Android TV Box that you should consider is the Globmall X3. This Android TV Box might have a strange name, but it’s filled with power. Unlike the Evanpo Plus, the Globmall X3 is able to  your favorite 4K content at a whole 60 frames per second. It’s got some serious processing power behind it in order to handle the rendering of this type of content, which means you shouldn’t have trouble with playing some of the more demanding games in the Google Play Store either.

Globall is running Android 7.1, so not the latest version, but it sounds like planned upgrades to Android 8.0 are in the works.

Buy it now: Amazon

Fire TV

Next up, we have the Amazon Fire TV. If you didn’t know, Amazon’s Fire TV is based off of the Android, but Amazon puts its own skin and App Store on top of it. So, you still get access to a bunch of Android related apps from Amazon’s AppStore, but you won’t have direct access to the Google Play Store; although, some say that you can “jailbreak” the Fire TV, which can give you access to that.

Aside from all that, this Fire TV is nice in particular because it supports 4K playback. You’ll be able to watch all of your favorite 4K-enabled content with the Fire TV. But, do keep in mind that you’ll need a 4K-capable TV to watch content in that resolution as well.

Buy it now: Amazon

Goobang Doo

Last but certainly not least on our list is the Goobang Doo. This Android TV Box isn’t capable of 4K playback, but it’ll still play all of your favorite content in the highest resolution possible. It’s got some decent power behind it with a Quad Core A53 processor and 2GB of RAM, so you should be able to play most apps just fine, including any games you might want to download (controller isn’t included though). With this Android TV Box, you can play movies, TV shows and music natively, as it has a port that can support up to a 1TB SSD or Hard Drive. It has 16GB of flash storage built in, which isn’t much, but should be enough for all of your favorite streaming applications from the Google Play Store.

Buy it now: Amazon

Verdict

So, which Android TV Box should you pick up? If you’ve got the cash to spend, you cannot go wrong with the high-end NVIDIA SHIELD TV. This Android TV Box will allow you to not only watch 4K content, but will be able to play some of the more resource demanding games in the Google Play Store. If you don’t have that much cash to spend, the Fire TV and Evanpo Plus aren’t bad runner ups either.

ProductBrandNamePrice
AmazonFire TV with 4K Ultra HD and Alexa Voice RemoteBuy on Amazon|$38.62(Price as of 02/21/2019 20:31 ET)
NVIDIANVIDIA SHIELD TV Pro Home Media ServerBuy on Amazon|$388.99(Price as of 02/21/2019 20:32 ET)
EVANPOEVANPO T95Z PLUS Android 7.1 TV BOX Amlogic S912Buy on Amazon|$76.68(Price as of 02/21/2019 20:32 ET)
GlobmallAndroid Box, Globmall 2018 Model X3 Android TV BoxBuy on Amazon|$32.99(Price as of 02/21/2019 20:32 ET)
GooBang DooGooBang Doo ABOX A1 max Android 7.1 TV BoxBuy on Amazon|$59.99(Price as of 02/21/2019 20:32 ET)

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HTC To Launch First Tegra 4 Device?

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NVIDIA which is renowned for its GPUs, stepped into the mobile SoC arena with the Tegra series, most notably the Tegra 2 on the LG Optimus 2X. Then came the Tegra 3, which was a quad core chipset featuring improved graphics and better performance. HTC and LG launched smartphones running on the said chipset, although HTC saw more success all thanks to the features bundled with it. When it comes to Android, it’s the OEM customization that can make or break a smartphone and HTC was the winner, albeit not for long. And now, we have reports coming that the next generation NVIDIA Tegra 4 chipset could be first seen on an HTC device much like with the predecessor.

We already know about the rumored HTC M7, which is said to be the next big thing in the world of Android. But that is reported to have a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro chip and not the Tegra 4. Could that rumor be false? There’s no way to know but it seems very likely that HTC would go with something like a Tegra 4 over a Snapdragon S4 Pro, as having new technology in a smartphone does have its perks. The Tegra 4 which is also known as the Wayne is scheduled for a Q1 2013 release, which is when HTC is believed to launch the new flagship. Let’s see if that’s what HTC has in mind.

The new Tegra 4 chip is believed to be twice as fast as the Tegra 3, which is obvious. It will apparently have the same 4+1 architecture as the Tegra 3, but it’s the end performance that is believed to be substantially better. The clockspeed apparently will be bumped to 1.8 GHz, so one can expect some good benchmark scores from the new chip. What doesn’t go in favor of the new HTC device with the Tegra 4 chipset is the fact that the chip is believed to be designed for tablets. We saw tablets like the ASUS Transformer Prime featuring the Tegra 3 chip, but haven’t seen a whole lot of Tegra 3 based tablets after that. So it should be seen if HTC eventually does launch a Tegra 4 based smartphone or stick with the reliable Snapdragon S4 Pro.

Another theory suggests that HTC would launch a tablet, which clearly hasn’t been the company’s strong point. Considering that the Android tablet market is well settled with the likes of the Nexus 10 and Nexus 7, it would be rather unwise to launch a new competing tablet. But these are all rumors and speculations as of now, as we have no substantial evidence to go with. Regardless, it wouldn’t be wrong to guess that 2013 does hold a lot of surprises for us. It will be interesting to see how HTC will combat the dominance of Samsung in the Android ecosystem.

Source: INPAI
Via: Phone Arena

NVIDIA Shield Tablet K1 getting a new update with enhanced audio features on board

Shield Tablet K1

The #ShieldTabletK1 is now the recipient of a new update which brings forth a multitude of changes to the fore. Among the changes is that the device now meets Android 6.0 Professional Audio requirements. The update also brings the June 2016 security patch to the device, which is good to know for the owners of the tablet.

#NVIDIA has been one of the few OEMs who have been committed to sending out updates in time. So it doesn’t surprise us that the Shield Tablet K1 is yet again getting an update. Catch the full changelog below:

SHIELD Tablet K1 now meets Android 6.0 Professional Audio requirements, including:

  1. Low Latency Audio (<20ms continuous round trip)
  2. USB Host & Peripheral modes
  3. [email protected] Stereo & 7.1 HDMI output
  4. MIDI support over USB & Bluetooth LE
  • Option to toggle Navigation Button location (Settings > Personalize Settings)
  • Enhancements & fixes to Vulkan™ API
  • Improvements to touch responsiveness
  • Fixes to WiFi & Bluetooth connectivity
  • Update to Android 6.0 Security Patch Level June 1, 2016
  • Overall stability and additional security improvements

Source: NVIDIA

Via: Android Police

NVIDIA Shield TV update enables YouTube 4K 60fps video streaming and Netflix HDR

NVIDIA Shield

NVIDIA Shield

The #NVIDIA #ShieldTV is now getting an update which officially enables support for YouTube’s 60fps 4K content. The 4K support will also make its way to VUDU with this new update. In addition to this, users will be able to enjoy the new Netflix HDR. Netflix has a bunch of titles on its library which supports HDR video, so this won’t remain one of those features that are seldom used by the customers.

NVIDIA is also bundling in support for HDR GameStream, letting you stream PC based HDR games on your console. The update is certainly a big one and users will be pleased to know the kind of work that NVIDIA is putting into its console. The Shield TV is one of the best selling Android TV offerings out there and it enjoys a distinct advantage over its competitors as far as features (game streaming) and hardware are concerned. This is no surprise really as NVIDIA is one of the most reputed names in the GPU industry.

Have you seen the update yet? Let us know in the comments below.

Source: NVIDIA

NVIDIA could be working on a new 8-inch Shield tablet

NVIDIA Shield Tablet K1

NVIDIA’s Shield Tablet K1 might be getting a refresh soon according to a listing on the FCC. Not much is revealed about the device in terms of internal hardware, but we can ascertain that the device will probably have the same display size as the Shield K1. The company has been kind enough to shed light on the dimensions of this particular tablet and it seems like the device will be smaller than its predecessor.

Shield Tablet K1

It is revealed that this new Shield offering has a width of 218mm and a height of 123mm, which is pretty decent. It is also revealed to be about 6 grams lighter and 1.2mm thinner than the Shield K1, so we could be looking at a pretty sleek tablet here. We eagerly await further details on this particular tablet, but for now, this is all we have.

Does this new Shield tablet interest you? Let us know in the comments below.

Source: FCC

Via: Phone Arena

NVIDIA Shield Tablet K1 now getting Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow

Shield Tablet K1

The #NVIDIA #ShieldTabletK1 is now getting the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update with a slew of other changes on board. Gaming enthusiasts will be pleased to know that the update introduces the Vulkan API which allows for better and efficient use of the GPU, thus giving you the best performance. The Shield Tablet K1 is a gaming device after all, so this is a big update.

The rest of the changelog mostly contains patches and fixes, so you won’t find any new features on board. The update also includes the March Security update (not April, unfortunately). You can find the changelog in its entirety below:

  • Support for Android Doze mode & additional power optimizations
  • Adds USB MIDI support
  • Adds memory compression enhancement
  • Improved Wi-Fi connectivity when waking from sleep
  • Fixed Compass functionality
  • Fixed Gamepad Mapper issues
  • Fixed issues with moving apps to SD card
  • Fixed Doom 3 HDMI output issue
  • Repositioned Lasso Capture icons in landscape mode
  • Update to Android 6.0 Security Patch Level March 1, 2016
  • Overall stability and security enhancements

Source: NVIDIA

NVIDIA resumes update for Shield Tablet and Tablet K1 after patching WiFi bug

NVIDIA Shield Tablet

#NVIDIA started sending out a software update for its #ShieldTablet and Tablet K1 devices, only to realize that the update bricked WiFi functionality on devices. After getting innumerable complaints from users and halting the update, NVIDIA has now successfully patched this particular bug and mentioned that the software update will commence for the two tablets as originally planned. Customers can be assured that the WiFi bug will no longer be present once the update is rolled out.

The Shield Tablet and the Tablet K1 have already received Android 6.0 Marshmallow, thanks to NVIDIA’s relatively snappy update rollout process. However, a bug like this left the users high and dry as not having WiFi on a WiFi only device renders it useless. But that’s old news now as NVIDIA has acted accordingly and fixed the bug.

Do you own the NVIDIA Shield Tablet or the Tablet K1? And have you received an update yet? Let us know in the comments section below.

Source: NVIDIA

Via: Android and Me

NVIDIA announces 12 of SHIELDsmas with deals on Shield games

NVIDIA

To celebrate Christmas in grand fashion, #NVIDIA has announced its new promotion called 12 Days of SHIELDmas, which essentially gives incredible discounts on some of the SHIELD games that are sold by the company.

These games are compatible with all of the SHIELD devices that are sold in the market today. The discounted content can be found on the SHIELD Hub or GeForce Now. Interestingly, the company is also discounting other content that is available for non-Tegra devices, so that users without a Tegra device don’t miss out on these deals.

The deals will officially start tomorrow (24 December) and will last until the 4th of January, living true to its name. Below are the titles that will be discounted as part of this newly announced promotion:

Shield Android TV titles:

SHIELD Hub Games for non-Tegra devices (December 22-29)

Source: NVIDIA

Via: Droid Life

NVIDIA offering the Android 6.0 update for the Shield Tablet K1

Shield Tablet K1

Shield Tablet K1

Just as promised, #NVIDIA is sending out the #Android 6.0 #Marshmallow update for the #ShieldTabletK1 in time for the Holidays. The update carries all the bells and whistles of Marshmallow and introduces the ability to merge the microSD card storage with the internal storage, which is crucial for devices that have support for external cards.

The update is 665MB in size, so you will have to make sure your device is on an unlimited WiFi connection to ensure that no additional data charges are incurred. The rest of the Marshmallow specific changes will also be present on the tablet, but make sure you keep a look on that changelog to know exactly what’s new with the update.

Android 6.0 brings along a couple of crucial changes compared to Android 5.1 Lollipop and is a must have for all users. However, not all manufacturers are as speedy as NVIDIA when it comes to sending out updates. It’s very refreshing to see that the company is able to stick to its word and send out the update in time rather than make their customers wait.

Source: NVIDIA

Via: Android Central

Shield Tablet X1 spotted on benchmark site

NVIDIA Shield Tablet

The #NVIDIA #ShieldTablet recently made a comeback in the mobile industry as the Shield Tablet K1. Well it seems like this won’t be the company’s sole tablet as NVIDIA’s Shield Tablet X1 has just leaked out on benchmarking database GFXBench.

As the name suggests, the tablet comes with NVIDIA’s Tegra X1 chipset on board, while the standard Shield Tablet packs the Tegra K1 chipset. The hardware specs sheet looks pretty identical apart from that.

A newer processor means the customers can expect improved gaming performance from the device, which can only mean good news for prospective buyers of the device. The tablet is also shown to be packing 32GB of internal storage, 3GB of RAM and Android 6.0 Marshmallow under the hood. Cameras are listed as “not supported” at the moment, so it’s possible that this is a pre-production unit.

Since this is just a leak for now, there’s no word on when the Shield Tablet X1 will be launched in the markets. But considering that it’s only just making its way to the leaks today, we’re not exactly holding our breath at the moment.

Source: GFXBench

Via: Android Headlines

[Deal] NVIDIA Shield Android TV getting a $50 discount for Black Friday and Cyber Monday

NVIDIA Shield

NVIDIA Shield

Starting this #BlackFriday #NVIDIAShield #AndroidTV console can be yours with a $50 discount. Both the standard and Pro models of the Shield already come with the free remote, so that deal will apply as well. So customers basically stand to save $100 this Black Friday.

There’s one caveat here though. The deal will only be applicable for in-store purchases, which means that you will physically have to visit a store get the Shield Android TV with the aforementioned discounts in the country. You can walk over to Best Buy, Fry’s GameStop or the nearest Micro Center outlet to snatch up the Shield on the cheap.

For those looking to buy products from the comfort of their homes, NVIDIA will offer the same deal on Cyber Monday (November 30) from its own website, Amazon, Newegg as well as NCIX.

Make sure you bookmark this Amazon link for Cyber Monday if you’re interested in snatching up the Shield Android TV with the discount. Will you be willing to stand in line on Black Friday to get the Shield for cheap or do you prefer buying it online? Sound off below.

Source: NVIDIA

Via: Android Police

NVIDIA working on Android 6.0 update for the Shield Tablet K1

Shield Tablet K1

Shield Tablet K1

The #ShieldTabletK1 was released by the company a couple of days ago after the original #ShieldTablet had to be recalled. The company has now announced that it will start rolling out the #Android 6.0 #Marshmallow update to both devices sometime before the holiday season, suggesting that it might hit devices sometime before mid December.

As far as update rollouts are concerned, NVIDIA has always been one of the quickest to send them out to its devices as we’ve seen with the Shield Tablet in the past.

The company sent out the Android 5.1 update to the Shield Tablet almost immediately after it was made available. Considering that the device runs a relatively stock version of Android, barring a couple of NVIDIA specific features such as GRID and the NVIDIA Shield Hub, sending out the latest version of Android isn’t as difficult a task as it is for some other companies like Samsung, LG etc.

The Shield Tablet K1 is can be purchased for just $199.99 from NVIDIA, so if you’ve been wanting to get a powerful tablet for yourself this holiday season, this should be an instant choice.

Source: NVIDIA

Via: Phone Arena

[Deal] NVIDIA Shield with Remote bundle now available for just $174.99

NVIDIA Shield

NVIDIA Shield

Yesterday we spoke about NVIDIA’s new sale which was offering the Shield TV + Remote bundle for just $199.99. Today, Amazon has joined in on the action and is offering the Shield console, the SHIELD controller as well as the Remote for just $174.99, knocking out a decent amount off the asking price.

For $274.99, you can get the 500GB version of the Shield along with the Remote, which is also worth considering if you’re looking for more storage out of the box.

We’re not sure how long this deal will last, so make sure you hop on board while you still can. The NVIDIA Shield console runs Android TV and comes with the company’s revolutionary GRID game streaming service, letting you play games over the cloud. If you’ve always wanted to get the Shield console, now is probably the right time to get it.

Hit the Amazon link below for more details on the product.

Source: Amazon