NVIDIA’s new Shield TV is a great deal like its old one – on the inside. Still, the overhauled Android TV set-top box is a considerably smaller; it has a boundlessly enhanced game controller; and it’s a very good deal at $200, since it incorporates the remote that used to cost an extra $50. The Shield TV additionally packs in a more current adaptation of NVIDIA’s GeForce Now game streaming service, and it can pipe over titles from your NVIDIA GPU-furnished gaming PC with full bolster for HDR. In the end, it’ll likewise incorporate Google’s Assistant.
A superior deal than before
New controller actually feel a lot better
Remote is packaged in the case
Good game streaming execution
GeForce Now streaming requires a subscription and extra purchases
Not all that good for heavy-duty Android games
No enormous inner hardware changes
Not that inexpensive than a game console
It’s for the most part the same as before, however the new Shield TV is still a superior overall bundle than the first 2015 rendition. It has a superior controller and actually incorporates a remote in the box. In any case, just NVIDIA fans require apply.
The uplifting news on the off chance that you purchased the last Shield TV? You’ll have entry to the all of the software changes with a speedy update, and you can snag the new controller for $60. The Shield TV still isn’t a set-top box for everybody, except it could be a helpful device for some gamers.