The Nvidia Shield TV Pro appeared briefly on Amazon today, unveiling its potential spces. And Newegg has now spoiled the reveal of a seemingly more mainstream Shield TV that also supports 4K playback with Dolby Vision.
According to the Amazon listing, the new Shield TV Pro is powered by the new Tegra X1+ chip which reportedly runs 25% faster than previous editions of the Shield. It comes with 3 GB RAM and has 16 GB of storage. Dual USB 3.0 ports, Gigabit Ethernet, Dual-band AC Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.0 appeared on the specs list, along with support for Dolby Vision with 4K HDR streaming and Dolby Atmos sound.
The Nvidia Shield TV Pro also comes with a newly designed remote which is compatible with both Alexa and Google Assistant. It also has Chromecast 4k built-in.
As with each edition of the Shield, you can expect access to games from the Google Play Store with GeForce Now.
The device should be expected by the end of the month for about $200.
Newegg also briefly posted information about the 2019 Shield TV streaming device, which has a cylindrical design. It measures 6.5 inches wide and 1.57 inches tall, according to Newegg. It comes with an HDMI, microSD, a figure-8 power jack, and Ethernet.
The 2019 Shield TV is powered by the same X1+ processor as the Pro model, but it comes with 8GB . Both devices also share the same remote with backlit buttons that illuminate when you pick it up, voice commands, a user-customizable button, IR for TV controls, and a lost remote feature.
The standard Shield TV will support HDR10, Dolby Vision, and Dolby Atmos, according to NewEgg's listing.
Newegg had also the price for the Shield TV listed as $199 CA.