The brand new NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV Console received a material update at CES 2017. The console now incorporates Google Home Assistant powered by a microphone in the gamepad and supports the NVIDIA Spot for maximum internet of things. Other major updates to the console include a unified games library that incorporates Uplay, Steam, Origin, and Xbox for Windows games under one easy to navigate user interface. Players will also be able to stream games to the console from their PCs in 4K and with HDR support. The remote control and gamepad have both also seen some improvements. There is a lot of great value packed into this $200 Android console. Please take a look at this interview for more information about the NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV Console.
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