Deal Alert: NVIDIA Shield TV Pro is back at Amazon Prime Day prices

The NVIDIA Shield Android TV Pro normally retails for $199.99, but today Amazon has marked it down by 15% to $169.99. This is the best price we saw on Amazon Prime Day, as well as the lowest price ever. Without a doubt, this is one of the most powerful, if not the most powerful, ready-to-go 4K HDR streaming media players you’ll find on the market.

NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV Pro for $169.99

NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV Pro 4K HDR Streaming Media Player

NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV Pro 4K HDR Streaming Media Player

The NVIDIA Shield Android TV Pro is still based on the same hardware from when it was released a few years ago, but with an Android 11 OS update. The Shield Pro has an NVIDA Tegra X1 CPU (the same processor found in the Nintendo Switch), 3 GB of RAM and 16 GB of built-in storage. In terms of performance and versatility, the Shield Pro blows the Roku, Apple TV, Fire Stick, Chromecast, and almost every other media player out of the water. It’s capable of handling 4K video with Dolby Vision HDR from all your favorite streaming apps. It also supports Dolby Atmos and Dolby Digital Plus.

The Shield Pro is also one of the only devices to support GeForce Now, which lets you stream your PC games to your TV without having to own a gaming PC. A remote PC does all the processing work for you, and all you need is a fast internet connection. It even has a built-in Plex server so you can organize all your digital media in one central location.

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