Looking for a new device to make your week go by a little faster? Retailers are dropping the price on the NVIDIA Shield TV, making it a great time to upgrade your home theater setup to take advantage of all the extra time you’ll have to stream some TV. This discount knocks the price of […]
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NVIDIA rolled out two new Shield TV devices very recently, including the regular Shield TV and Shield TV Pro. On paper, they aren’t drastically different devices; they still have fairly similar hardware to the previous generation Shield TV from 2017, although the non-Pro model has a new cylindrical form factor. One new feature that NVIDIA […]
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The Corsair K83 isn’t designed like a typical Corsair keyboard. It’s not meant to sit at a desk, or take up a ton of space for a huge workstation. Instead, it takes Corsair’s peripheral experience and puts it front-and-center of your living room. It’s a perfect companion to the newly released NVIDIA Shield TV Pro, […]
Come comment on this article: [Deal] Corsair’s all-in-one media keyboard for the new NVIDIA Shield TV Pro is on sale right now
NVIDIA hasn’t announced their new Shield TV Pro yet, but from some pretty substantial leaks we already know quite a bit about it. It’s got a slightly upgraded CPU and supports Dolby Vision, for example. But if you don’t want to wait for NVIDIA to actually announce it to try it out yourself, you don’t […]
Come comment on this article: Oops: You can buy the unannounced NVIDIA Shield TV Pro at Best Buy already
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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You need a reliable service to protect your personal information, and we’ve got that service. The featured deal of the day on Talk Android Deals is for Hotspot Shield Elite Plus VPN. With it, you’ll be able to connect to the web on up to ten different devices simultaneously while all data remains private. Browse […]
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Cracked screens are expensive to replace. Fortunately for you, we’ve checked out what’s available in terms of protection for Apple’s latest phablet, and rounded up the best iPhone 7 Plus screen protectors in existence.
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The NVIDIA SHIELD K1 was a solid gaming tablet that could stand steady with its cheap $ 199 price tag. Considering it was the second tablet in the lineup, and NVIDIA enjoys other products in their SHIELD lineup, it would only make sense to keep expanding the line. There was an FCC filing for a new […]
Come comment on this article: NVIDIA’s next SHIELD tablet might be left on the cutting room floor
It’s been an interesting year for Nvidia, what with the worldwide recall of its SHIELD Tablet thanks to some battery issues that caused the tablet to become a potential fire hazard. In recent weeks, the graphics company released a revised version of the tablet called the SHIELD Tablet K1, which has been well-received. Moving on, Nvidia is in the process of developing a new SHIELD Tablet sporting the powerful Tegra X1 processor, which has been spotted being put through its paces on GFXBench.
According to the benchmark results, this new tablet, appropriately called the SHIELD Tablet X1, sports the following specifications:
It isn’t known whether the SHIELD Tablet X1 supports MicroSD memory cards, nor what the megapixel count is for the front and rear cameras. NFC is one feature that appears to be missing as well. It’s good to see that the tablet is running Marshmallow from the outset, though. It’s unknown when Nvidia’s SHIELD Tablet X1 will be officially announced, but CES 2016 just around the corner, you can guarantee more details will be announced or leaked in the coming weeks.
Come comment on this article: Nvidia’s SHIELD Tablet X1 is spotted on benchmarking site
If you have a Shield TV console, you might want to consider downloading the new game Contrast. Even though the game is a bit pricey at $ 14, it offers a gaming experience with high quality graphics and has included a long story line. The user is prompted to complete short puzzles and solve mysteries along their journey into the mysterious shadowy universe. The game is great for middle-aged teens but adults may find it intriguing as well. The app received a recent update further ensuring top-notch performance and the greatest experience for users.
Contrast comes in at a size of 1.8GB of storage space, so make sure you have enough available space prior to downloading. It’s also recommended to connect to a Wi-Fi network when the download is in tow in order to avoid data overages. The game already has 10-50 installs and has received a majority of high reviews. It requires Android 4.4 and up and a Shield Android TV console for the full experience in addition to a game controller. You can download it at the link below.
Come comment on this article: New console game for the Shield TV hits the Play Store
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