Nvidia reveal new Shield TV with 4K HDR at CES 2017

Nvidia reveal new Shield TV with 4K HDR at CES 2017

The Ultimate Streaming Machine

Nvidia has revealed a new version of its Shield TV home streaming and gaming box today. The new model has an updated design and now has support for 4K HDR streaming. It now comes with both a remote and game controller and comes in two different models, 16GB is available for preorder now for $199.99. The 500 GB Shield Pro is also available for preorder at $299.99 and is expected to ship to customers at the end of January.

Nvidia also stated that the new Shield TV has three times the performance of any other streaming box on the market. It runs Android TV and has access to 4K content from Netflix, Google Play Movies, and Vudu. Nvidia has also added Amazon Video in 4K HDR. Nvidia says that existing Shield TV devices will get the new Shield TV’s features through a software update delivered in mid-January.

16 GB Model Specifications

Unleash incredible 4K and HDR content, thousands of entertainment apps, PC games from GeForce NOW, and much more with the 16GB model.


500 GB Model Specifications

SHIELD Pro’s 500 GB is perfect for the built-in Plex Media Server, letting you access your media from any device and easily share it with friends and family. It’s the best solution for the most demanding power users with the 500GB model.



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