Feb 06, 2017 01:14 AM EST
NVIDIA Shield Proves Its Supremacy in the Newest TV Pro [VIDEO]
NVIDIA Shield TV has got better when the Pro version has been released. Aside from sporting larger storage capacity, NVIDIA Shield TV Pro has proven its supremacy in the market through other features. Read more about the advantages of switching to Pro here!
The major graphics chipset manufacturer in the world has once again stir the market when they released the Shield TV Pro version. NVIDIA has added interesting features to the device and is also rumored to bring the Android Nougat in the days to come.
NVIDIA Shield TV Pro is said to feature an impressive 4K HDR streaming that is considered to be the most advanced among the streamers of today. It will also come with groundbreaking software features, games, artificial intelligence functionalities at home and the astounding 500GB onboard internal storage according to Android Community.
Furthermore, when it comes to physical appearance, NVIDIA Shield TV Pro is said to have resemblance with its predecessor. The internal storage is also expandable via microSD card, files can be access everywhere through the Plex Media Server that serves as the user's personal storage where he can save, retrieve and share files to family and friends in a more convenient way.
In addition, NVIDIA Shield TV Pro is also said to be equipped with GeForce graphics card that contributes to smooth 4K HDR streaming or 1080 pixels resolution from services such as Amazon Video, ESPN, Kodi, HBO, HULU, Netflix, Pandora, PlayStation Vue, Plex, Showtime, Sling TV, Spotify YouTube and VUDU. According to Geeky Gadgets, the new Shield device has five distinguished features: A killer view, Amazing Games Played Your Way, Best for Amazon Prime, The World at Your Command and The Complete Package.
NVIDIA Shield TV Pro is on sale now with a price tag of $299 that comes along with Shield Controller and Shield Remote. It can be purchased through NVIDIA Store, Amazon, Best Buy, B&H, Fry's, Micro Center and Newegg.
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