At CES earlier this month Nvidia unveiled its second-generation Shield TV console running Android TV. It's smaller than the original from 2015, it runs the latest Nougat-based Android TV build, and will be graced with support for Google Assistant later this year. That said, the insides are identical to those of the Shield TV (2015), with a Tegra X1 chipset and 3GB of RAM.
The new Shield TV has an HDMI port, two USB 3.0 ports, and Gigabit Ethernet. It comes bundled with a gamepad and a remote, and the whole package can be yours for $199.99 if you're fine with 16GB of storage. This model is now available from Nvidia's online store, as well as other retailers. There's a Pro version in the works too, which has 500GB of storage and adds a microUSB and a microSD port, but this one is just up for pre-order at the moment, not in stock.
Extra accessories are up for grabs too, with the remote costing $49.99, the game controller being priced at $59.99, and an official vertical stand for the console going for $19.99.
yes, the nintendo seems to use same system on a chip, but will it have dedicated/separate gpu for extra performance
I meant the PS4.
And features 720p screen with 6 inches large display. Not my cup of tea. Its portable, yes, but I'd rather take PSP over that. Also, $300 price and expensive games... really, Nintendo? I was looking forward to Shield console but I no longer have...