Nvidia Now Offers a Cheaper Nvidia Shield Bundle




Want a Nvidia Shield but don’t want to use it for gaming? Today Nvidia announced that starting today they are taking pre-orders for a new $179 version of their Nvidia Shield.

This bundle is for a SHIELD TV with just a remote no game controller yet still provides the same great performance, access to the best 4K HDR content, expandable storage, an open ecosystem of apps and games and the power to control the experience with your voice.

“All the movies, TV shows and music you’ve purchased on Google Play – or through compatible Android TV apps such as VUDU – can be streamed to the living room with the power of SHIELD. All your favorite streaming services come along for the ride as well – including Netflix, Amazon Video, HULU, Spotify, Pandora, and more, all at up to 4K HDR resolution!” said Nvidia in a statement sent to Cord Cutters News.

If at a later date you want a game controller you can always buy one separately.

SHIELD TV (with remote) is available for pre-order now on shield.nvidia.com for $179 and coming to select retailers soon. Pre-orders will ship October 18.

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