NVIDIA Stories March 14

expiredNVIDIA’s Shield TV sports 4K Dolby Vision + more for $130 (Reg. $150)

Update 3/18 @ 1:55 PM: B&H Photo is now matching Amazon and Best Buy in dropping the NVIDIA Shield TV 4K HDR Streaming Stick to $129.99 shipped.

Amazon is offering the NVIDIA Shield TV 4K HDR Streaming Stick for $129.99 shipped. Also available at Best Buy. Down from its $150 going rate, this saves you $20, is $5 above the all-time low that we’ve tracked, and is only the second time we’ve seen a discount offered. Offering support for 4K HDR playback, including Dolby Vision, the NVIDIA Shield TV is the perfect upgrade for any home theater. It’ll let you stream Amazon Prime Movies, Google Play, Netflix, Hulu, and more. Plus, with Google Assistant built-in, you can easily ask it questions about movies, TV shows, or actors and have it find you the next flick to watch. Rated 4.7/5 stars and you can learn more in our hands-on review.

NVIDIA Stories February 21

On the heels of NVIDIA launching its latest version of GeForce NOW, a game streaming service for Windows, macOS, iPhone, and Android, a few game developers have decided to not include their games for use. That’s right, it started with Activision pulling its titles from GeForce NOW, making it so that way gamers couldn’t enjoy titles like Call of Duty on a remote computer. Now, however, Bethesda has pulled its titles off of GeForce NOW, meaning that some of your favorite games are no longer accessible.

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NVIDIA Stories February 4

With 2020 looking to be one of the most exciting years in gaming due to the impending release of PS5 and Xbox Series X, NVIDIA is looking to get ahead of the curve by officially launching its cloud gaming platform. Today Geforce Now has finally arrived following years of early access programs and other limited releases. Head below to get a closer look at what NVIDIA Geforce Now offers, pricing tier breakdowns, and more.

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NVIDIA Stories January 27

expiredNVIDIA’s Shield TV streaming stick is on sale for the first time, down to $125

Update: B&H has now dropped the price an extra $5, bringing the total to $124.99 shipped when clipping the on-page coupon.

Amazon is currently offering the NVIDIA Shield TV Streaming Stick for $129.99 shipped. Also at Best Buy for the same price. Having dropped from $150, today’s offer is the very first time we’ve seen it on sale and subsequently a new all-time low. This 4K HDR streaming stick is touted as the “most powerful Android TV media player” and comes equipped with Google Assistant, Chromecast tech, and access to all of the popular streaming services. It features 8GB of built-in storage for keeping local copies of media, as well as a microSD card slot for expansion. A new voice remote rounds out the package which even sports a built-in lost locator. Rated 4.3/5 stars from over 375 customers and we called it “one of the most capable streaming devices on the market” in our hands-on review. More below.

NVIDIA Stories November 13, 2019

expiredNVIDIA Shield Game Controller gets 30% discount down to Amazon low at $42

Amazon offers the NVIDIA Shield Game Controller for $41.88 shipped. Usually selling for $60, as currently reflected by Best Buy’s listing, today’s offer is good for a 30% discount and matches the Amazon all-time low. Last time we saw a price drop it very quickly went out of stock, for comparison. Features include a familiar dual joystick design, vibration feedback, and more. Whether you’re rocking the original NVIDIA Shield or you picked up the new smaller iteration of the streaming device, adding the company’s first-party controller into the mix is a perfect add-on for elevating your gaming setup. And with Google Stadia coming to Android TV devices like Shield down the road, now is the perfect time to scoop up a gamepad. Rated 4.6/5 stars from over 210 customers.

NVIDIA Stories November 6, 2019

Earlier in the year, NVIDIA stepped out of its usual product offerings to unveil its Jetson Nano, a low-cost computer for experimenting with machine learning. Today the company is back with its latest iteration of the artificial intelligence-centered device; the NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX enters with a credit card-sized design, up to 21 TOPS of computing power, and high-efficiency power consumption. Head below for all of the details.

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