Google’s smaller Shield TV is also on sale for $130, which is around the same as the Black Friday prices we saw earlier. It has a simpler cylindrical design compared to the dramatic geometric shape of the Shield TV Pro, and is also missing a few features compared to the more expensive model.
The Shield TV Pro has more RAM and storage and is NVIDIA’s only option to run as a Plex server. Otherwise, they both have Google Chromecast built in and can stream Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos content, while offering a unique triangular remote control that’s comfortable to hold. You get the fast and relatively new Tegra X1+ processor that can do 4K upscaling while ensuring that GeForce Now gaming works smoothly. For the latter, you can pair them with any Bluetooth controller or opt for NVIDIA’s $59 Shield controller. Both devices are now on sale for a limited time.
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