This morning, Intel debuted its 9th-generation mobile core processor, the i9-9980HK, and revealed a slew of other 9th-gen chips. In the hours following, a wave of gaming laptop makers announced that they're adding the new chips and the latest NVIDIA…
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NVIDIA has announced their 20th software update to the Shield TV, and it’s a pretty big incremental update hot on the heels of the latest 7.0 update.There’s plenty to talk about here, including a bunch of features to make the Shield TV a better primary gaming console, plus a few quality of life changes for […]
Come comment on this article: NVIDIA Shield TV update 7.1 brings voice chat, mouse and keyboard support, and a companion app
Android TV has certainly had a weird life. It was pretty hyped up after initially being announced, and Google even tried to create a reference box with the Nexus Player. And, to be fair, it’s still getting updated and being supported, but I don’t think you can still buy them outside of places like eBay. […]
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Google Assistant is popping up everywhere, just recently integrating itself with almost 90 of LG’s smart appliances. And as of today, its available on Android TV. Starting with NVIDIA SHIELD TV and coming to Sony Bravia TVs in the coming months, users can find the latest movies, check the score on the big game, dim […]
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Nvidia has sent out an email to their Shield newsletter subscribers, announcing a Shield Android TV console giveaway, which will take place everyday up until the console is available for consumers to purchase.
If you received the email from Nvidia, you don’t have to do anything to enter to win. As an email subscriber, you’re automatically entered into the giveaway, and you’ll be notified if you win an Nvidia Shield console.
In the email sent out, it wasn’t clear if you can enter the giveaway by signing up or not or if the giveaway is solely for past subscribers. The way its delivered, it sounds like its for past subscribers only. Either way, it doesn’t hurt to sign-up just in case.
What do you think of Nvidia’s new Shield TV console? Will you be picking one up? Let us know in the comments.
Update: If you sign-up for the newsletter, even after the initial announcement was sent out, you can still enter to win a Nvidia Shield console.
Come comment on this article: Nvidia giving away Shield Android TV consoles everyday up until release day