From PC Mag: We knew a new Shield TV was in the works back in July when a listing appeared for a "Shield Android TV Game Console" on the FCC website. What we found out today is, Nvidia is planning to introduce two new Shield TV media streamers.
As TechCrunch reports, a listing for a Nvidia Shield TV Pro appeared briefly on Amazon's website, thankfully Android TV Rumors was quick enough to spot it and post images in a tweet before it disappeared.
The Shield Pro will cost $199.99 according to the listing, which gets you a streaming box with a Tegra X1+ chip, 3GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, and two USB ports. The X1+ is promoted as 25 percent faster than the previous generation chip used in Shield TV. The Pro also boasts Dolby Vision HDR, Dolby Atmos, and Google Assistant built-in. Nvidia says AI is being used to upscale HD content to 4K resolution, so hopefully it looks great.
The new remote is triangular in shape, meaning you'll definitely have to pick it up to use it. It's backlit and has a handy lost remote location feature.
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