Friday, October 18, 2019

[LEAK]: The New NVIDIA SHIELD TV Pro leaks ahead of launch

NVIDIA SHIELD TV is the best Android TV device that has ever come to market. The original device has received tremendous support from NVIDIA for over 4 years now. We’ve recently caught wind of new SHIELD TV devices in the pipeline and now an Amazon listing has let the cat out of the bag. This is our first look at the NVIDIA SHIELD TV Pro.

The Amazon listing that was removed gaved us tons of details about the new SHIELD TV Pro. This is the device that was codenamed “mdarcy.” Powered by the NVIDIA Tegra X1+ chip, it claims to be 25% faster than previous generations. This is the same chip found in the new Nintendo Switch. The older SHIELD TVs have started to feel a little sluggish, and this new Pro model should be a modest improvement. The SHIELD TV Pro also has AI-enhanced upscaling to go from HD to 4K.



Another new feature is Dolby Vision HDR, which is a step above HDR10. The special thing about Dolby Vision HDR is dynamic metadata. This metadata is essentially instructions for the TV display to make sure every scene is portrayed as accurately as possible. HDR10 only has “static” metadata, which covers the entire movie/TV show.


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One thing that hasn’t been a beloved feature of the SHIELD TV is the remote. Thankfully, the SHIELD TV Pro has a brand new redesigned remote. It features a chunkier design and more buttons. There is a microphone for voice controls, motion-activated backlit buttons, an IR blaster for controlling TVs, Bluetooth, and a lost remote feature. It has buttons for power, menu, play, record, pause, forward, reverse, volume, voice commands, and direction pad. The remote takes 2 AAA batteries.



The SHIELD TV Pro has 2 USB 3.0 ports, HDMI 2.0 port, and a Gigabit Ethernet port. Other specifications include 3GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, and dual-band AC Wi-Fi. The device is SmartThings Hub-ready for your smart home as well. The Amazon page lists the price at $199 and it will be released on October 28th.

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