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NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV 4K HDR Streaming Media Player; High Performance, Dolby Vision, Google Assistant Built-In, Works with Alexa


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  • Fast. Really Fast. SHIELD TV takes media streaming to a whole new level, powered by the NVIDIA Tegra X1+ processor, SHIELD TV is the world’s most powerful Android TV streaming media player.
  • Dolby Vision – Atmos. Bring your home theater to life with Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos surround sound—delivering ultra-vivid picture quality and immersive audio. Enhance HD video in real-time to 4K for clearer, crisper visuals using next-generation AI upscaling.
  • Best-In-Class Design. The new SHIELD TV is compact, stealth, and designed to disappear behind your entertainment center, right along with your cables. With Gigabit Ethernet, dual-band AC Wi-Fi, a built-in power supply, and a microSD card slot for storage expansion, it is powerful, feature-packed, and built for behind-the-scenes brilliance. The all-new remote is more advanced than ever with motion-activated, backlit buttons—including a user-customizable button. With voice control, Bluetooth, IR control for your TV, and a built-in lost remote locator, you have the most advanced remote yet.
  • Unlimited Entertainment. Get the most 4K content of any streaming media player. Watch Netflix, Amazon Video, Disney+ and Vudu in crisp 4K HDR, and YouTube, Hulu Live, Google Play Movies & TV, and more in 4K. Stream from your phone with built-in Chromecast 4K. Add a game controller (sold separately) and play today’s most popular games like Fortnite with GeForce NOW
  • Voice Control. The built-in Google Assistant is at your command. See photos, live camera feeds, weather, sports scores, and more on the big screen. Dim the lights and immerse yourself in your favorite show or music using your voice. And control your SHIELD hands-free with Google Home or Alexa and Echo.
  • Included Components: Remote Controller
  • Power Source Type: Corded Electric

Specification: NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV 4K HDR Streaming Media Player; High Performance, Dolby Vision, Google Assistant Built-In, Works with Alexa

Brand Name NVIDIA
Item Weight 13.6 ounces
Product Dimensions 6.5 x 1.57 x 1.57 inches
Item model number 945-13430-2500-000
Batteries 2 AAA batteries required.
Color Name Black

8 reviews for NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV 4K HDR Streaming Media Player; High Performance, Dolby Vision, Google Assistant Built-In, Works with Alexa

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  1. Jim

    No downloader. No browser, yes you can get Puffin, but Puffin no longer supports downloading. No accesss to anything useful in the play store. All the reasons you buy a streaming box are not in this box and it’s a real hassel to get them in. With so many point, click and relax boxes out there, hard to imagine wanting to fight this thing.

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  2. Toonces

    They fixed all the problems from the original including the remote thank goodness they finally fixed the remote. my Plex streaming on my remote Plex server has never been faster.

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  3. B-Brewer

    This version of the Shield will not run 64 bit applications. There are several games and Apps in the Google PLAY store that are not compatible with this version of the Shield. The picture quality on my 4K set is not as sharp with shield as my Roku Ultra.
    The Shield will be going back to Amazon.

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  4. Amazon Customer

    It is running 32 bit Android system not the 64 BIT as prior Shields and 2019 Shield Pro…. Will not run new 64 Bit Apps.

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  5. David S.

    Finally.  I’ve waited for this device for years.  Every time Apple or Amazon or Roku release a new device I cross my fingers it checks all the boxes, and they never have, not even past Nvidia devices – until now.  There is always one feature missing, at least.

    The new Nvidia Shield finally solves the problems that kept them, In my opinion, from making it the perfect streaming box until now.

    The primary issues I always had with the previous versions have finally been fixed.

    I’m not going to review the software… you either like Android TV or not, I don’t feel like I need to get into that.  This is simply about the hardware.

    The number one thing, the remote.  My goodness, why did it take so long for someone to make a good remote for a set top box?  The Apple TV remote is easily the worst that has ever been made, and while others make usable remotes they still aren’t great.  Nvidia gets the remote right here, really right.  While at first glance the triangle design may seem odd, once you hold it in your hand you realize the benefit of this shape.  It feels really good in the hand.  It’s comfortable to hold.  It’s hefty and feels well made without being too heavy.  The button feel is really nice.  The back-light is fantastic.  And, finally, power and volume buttons which didn’t even take any setup to get working on my LG OLED and Sonos Playbar.  It just worked.  It’s a GREAT remote and if you’re just using a TV and the Shield it’s the only remote you will need.  It has CEC of course, you can use your TV remote… if you really wanted too…

    Secondly, they finally added Dolby Vision.  Why on earth did this take so long???  For whatever reason, it’s finally here.  FINALLY.

    I was always a fan of the previous Shield but stopped using it a couple of years ago.  The incredibly stupid remote and lack of Dolby Vision kept it collecting dust in my closet even though I liked the speed and features.  The old Android interface was never great either but since the past few updates to Android TV it’s now pretty good.    

    And finally, the form factor.  Man, what a stupid looking device until now.  It’s like a bunch of people got together and asked themselves how they could design the most ridiculous thing to sit under a TV.  The ‘pro’ version still looks the same, but the smaller version is finally something sensible.  Like the remote at first glance it may look a bit silly… but if you think about it, and use it, it’s a genius form factor.  Rather than a stick or a dongle or something that needs to hang down, sit under, stick out, be mounted etc., it’s perfectly designed to plug into your HDMI on one end and power on the other, and hang perfectly behind your TV.  It’s really smart design, just like the remote.  I predict you’re going to see companies following this design… once you see it you think ‘why didn’t someone do this before???’.  It just makes sense.  It just works.

    Everything about the new Shield looks like a gimmick.  The odd shape of the device, the odd shape of the remote.  It’s not.  They actually made something that makes sense and is very nice to use.  Finally, someone has.

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  6. The Fox

    Very disappointed. Borderline useless since it can not access the full play store. Very limited app access. Way overpriced for not having the capability to run all android apps. I will be returning it.

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  7. TSR.Twins

    -Fast, cant beat the speed of Nvidias box. I’ve probably had about 20 diffrent boxes and by far Nvidia Shield is the fastest, this version just make the experiencethat much better.
    -New remote is great. Easy push responseis fast, not sure if theres an air mouse feature but in either case the remote is a great addition.
    -Steaming seems to be just as good as before tho I really never had an issue other then where the stream was from.
    -The SD card slot is a little tough to access due to the compact design but works fine.
    -Great inline design no more worries about where to put it.
    – wall plug is more slim line much easier to store and use with multi plug

    All in all nice upgrade for the price hope it hold up as well as the previous versions

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  8. LK

    32bit app only + issues with dolby vision on launch is just a dealbreaker – come on, you guys basically updated it to support dolby vision and ai scale.

    1. dolby vision is not working correctly with auto color space switching. lol. they released hotfix but even that is not working correctly.

    2. 32bit app support is a joke when previous nvidia shield and the 2019 pro all use 64bit. i understand that nvidia did this for 2gb ram size but they should just put 3gb for the tube and 4gb for the pro. so cheap.

    3. ai scale only works on up to 30fps. let’s make it work properly on all fps or at least up to 60fps.

    4. no youtube hdr. because no vp9.2 hardware decoding.

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