Nvidia today announced its latest revision to Shield, its Android TV-powered streaming box. The new Shield TV features a sleek and elegant design that is 40 percent smaller than its predecessor, and it now ships with a game controller as well as a remote.
Google today officially kickstarted CES 2017 by announcing that it is bringing Google Assistant to Android TV in the “coming months.” The Assistant will be available on supported TVs and set-top boxes running Android TV via a software update.
In May of last year, Xiaomi officially unveiled the Mi TV 2, which featured a 4K display and a ridiculously low price tag.
Right now, the set-top box that is the Nexus Player is available from the Google Store for $79.00. IF that’s still too pricy for you, Best Buy has you covered.
It’s been quite some time since NVIDIA officially unveiled the Android TV-based SHIELD set-top box, but now it’s finally available in the Google Store.
Back in early March of this year, NVIDIA officially unveiled the SHIELD set-top box, which runs Android TV. Now, a couple of months later, it’s finally available.
In October of last year, Google officially unveiled the Nexus Player, the set-top box with Nexus branding and running Android TV.
If you’ve been waiting to get your TV outfitted with a Nexus Player addition, the time to act might be now.