Just a few months after NVIDIA announced its Shield Android TV console, today the device officially goes on sale.
The NVIDIA Shield boasts 4K resolution video complete with a 64-bit Tegra X1 processor. The device will be available in two configurations: $200 for the standard version or and SHIELD Pro for $300, the latter of which comes with a 500 GB hard drive and an extra game, “Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel.” Either model will get you a $60 credit for the Google Play Store to buy some new content for the shiny new console.
Additional accessories are not included, however, such as the stand ($30), a voice control remote ($50) and extra controllers ($60). The costs may add up, but it’s still quite competitive with the likes of Playstation and Xbox.
Published May 28, 2015 — 21:17 UTC