If you're wondering why you'd want to buy the new Shield at this point, truth is, you don't need to. What advantage then, would there be in picking up the NVIDIA SHIELD TV (2015) compared to the NVIDIA SHIELD TV (2017)? Also included is a redesigned controller for your gaming needs and a voice remote. The device also comes with a cast option for HBO GO as well as added support for the 4.1, 6.1 and 8.1 Plex speakers. Nvidia has added Amazon Video content in 4K HDR, and the new software runs on Android 7.0 Nougat, though it's not hugely different from Android TV on Marshmallow.
The guys from NVIDIA are working around the clock to provide the best satisfaction that their customers deserve by pushing out an important update to their original SHIELD TV (2015) to Android 7.0 Nougat ahead of the launch of their new SHIELD TV (2017) which will hit the shelves pretty soon. The first is a performance upgrade to GeForce Now which allows you to play video games through the cloud off of a computer running GTX 1080 graphics. You can also check up on your Nest Cams through the dedicated app.
The new Shield TV doesn't have a microSD card slot like the original, but it does have two full-size USB 3.0 ports, an HDMI port, and an Ethernet jack for wired networking.
The redesigned game controller looks funky with all of its polygonal facets, but it's small and comfortable to hold.
Monstrous alligator stolls across nature path in Florida
The police department said in its post that Kim Joiner caught the reptile on camera. "I have been going out there for years, too". Visitors at a southwest Florida reserve were treated to a unexpected sight on Sunday, a massive alligator .
I'm glad that Nvidia is including the remote in the box this time, instead of charging an extra $50 for it.
Of the Android Nougat features, a recent apps page is accessible by double tapping the Home key, as well as a new and improved Settings menu, and picture-in-picture support. The NVIDIA Games App would enable users to enjoy games with GeForce NOW games, in addition to other "exclusive" Android titles, and GameStream titles.