NVIDIA Stories December 10

expiredThe NVIDIA SHIELD TV 4K Streamer is a sleek UHDTV add-on: $133 at Amazon (Reg. $180)

Amazon is offering the NVIDIA SHIELD TV 4K Streaming Media Player for $132.99 shipped when the on-page coupon has been clipped. That’s more than $45 off the typical rate, a $17 savings when compared the current sale price at retailers like Best Buy, and is among some of the lowest pricing we have tracked. This streamer supports 4K and HDR, making it a great add-on for a UHDTV. It runs Android OS, meaning there are tons of apps to enhance your experience. Rated 4.2/5 stars. Learn more when you read our review.

NVIDIA Stories November 26

expiredStream and get your game on w/ NVIDIA’s SHIELD TV for from $119, more

Today only, Target is offering the NVIDIA SHIELD TV 4K Media Streamer with Game Controller for $135.99 shipped. Pricing shows $160, but 15% off is automatically applied during checkout. That’s $64 off the typical rate, $24 off the sale price found at many retailers like Amazon, and beats the low there by the same amount. If you’re unaware of just how capable this streaming device is, check out our write-up about it to learn more. Rated 4.3/5 stars. Head below to find more deals.

NVIDIA Stories November 22

expiredStreaming Media Player Black Friday Deals: NVIDIA SHIELD TV from $140, Fire TV $25, more from $15

If you’ve yet to add a streaming media player to your home, now’s the time. Best Buy is offering the NVIDIA SHIELD TV 4K HDR Streaming System with Game Controller for $159.99 shipped. You can opt to lose the controller at Amazon and pay $139.99 shipped. Normally up to $200 for the bundle, these are both historically great prices. I have a SHIELD TV and absolutely loved it. We loved it when we went in-depth with what it could do, too. Rated 4.7/5 stars. Head below for more streaming media deals.

NVIDIA Stories November 7

expiredThe NVIDIA Shield TV 4K Streamer is a 9to5 favorite, on sale today at $140 (Reg. $179)

Update: Best Buy now offers the NVIDIA Shield TV 4K with a free Echo Dot for $140 ($230 value).

Amazon offers the NVIDIA Shield TV 4K Streaming Media Player for $139.99 shipped. Also at Walmart. Regularly $179, our previous mention was $152. We’ve yet to see NVIDIA Shield pop up in any Black Friday listings, but today’s deal is a new Amazon all-time low and perhaps the best we’ll see in November. This streaming media player does it all with 4K capabilities, Google Assistant, PLEX support, and more. In fact, we called it “the best tech device you’ve probably never used.” Learn more here. Rated 4.2/5 stars by 540 Amazon reviewers.

NVIDIA Stories October 30

expiredBundle the NVIDIA SHIELD TV with the third gen. Echo Dot at $199 shipped ($250 value)

Amazon offers the NVIDIA SHIELD TV Gaming Edition bundled with a third generation Echo Dot for $199 shipped. The NVIDIA SHIELD itself normally fetches $200, so it’s like getting an Echo Dot for free. This bundle is a great way to dive into a voice-controlled 4K home theater setup. Both items carry 4+ star ratings from hundreds of shoppers. Not to mention, we love the NVIDIA SHIELD TV here at Toys.

NVIDIA Stories September 27

expiredPick up the NVIDIA Shield TV from $152 shipped in today’s eBay sale (Reg. up to $200)

Today only, until 9 pm ET, Newegg’s eBay storefront offers the NVIDIA Shield TV Streaming Media Player for $152.15 shipped when promo code PICKSOON is applied during checkout. Regularly $179 at retailers like Amazon, today’s deal is a match of our previous mention and the best price available. You can grab the upgraded bundle with an added controller for $170 (Reg. $200) using the same code. NVIDIA Shield TV delivers a stellar cord-cutting experience. In fact, we called it one of the best out there. You’ll have full access to the Google Play Store, which includes thousands of games, movies, and much more. Rated 4.3/5 stars.

NVIDIA Stories August 20

NVIDIA, one of the biggest names in computer gaming, is back at it with the company’s latest graphics cards. Featuring NVIDIA Turing architecture, the 20-series GPUs feature something computer gamers have long wanted: real-time ray tracing. This, along with more performance, could make the 20-series graphics cards one of the biggest updates to gaming in a long time…but should you upgrade?

Last year, I upgraded from my GTX 970 to the GTX 1080, and it was one of the best computer upgrades I had done in a long time. With Turing, however, I’m likely going to be passing, at least at the start.

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expiredNVIDIA’s SHIELD TV 4K Streaming Player + Game Controller drops to $180 (10% off)

Amazon offers the NVIDIA SHIELD TV 4K Streaming Player with Game Controller for $179.99 shipped. Regularly $200, we rarely see it fall to this price, though we did track it as low as $155 during limited eBay sales. If you want 4K HDR streaming of Netflix or Google Play, the ability to stream gaming content to your TV, and more, this is the obvious choice with its included game controller. Learn everything you can do with the SHIELD TV in our guide. Rated 4.3/5 stars, and you can learn more in our hands-on review.

NVIDIA Stories August 17

expiredNVIDIA SHIELD TV gets discounted to $140 in Best Buy’s Anniversary Sale (Reg. $179)

As part of its Anniversary Sale, Best Buy is offering the NVIDIA SHIELD TV 16GB Streaming Media Player for $139.99 shipped. Regularly $179 at retailers like Amazon, today’s deal is $9 less than our Prime Day mention and the best available. With support for 4K content and thousands of streaming sources, the NVIDIA SHIELD is a great buy. Learn more in our introduction guide. Rated 4.4/5 stars.

NVIDIA Stories May 11

expiredNVIDIA SHIELD Spring Game Sale offers up to 75% off: Doom 3, Tomb Raider, more

NVIDIA is currently running a SHIELD Spring Game Sale with several titles to choose from at up to 75% off. Our top pick from the sale is Doom 3 BFG Edition for $2.49, which regularly goes for $10. This PC classic is a household-favorite when it comes to original games, and it’s great to see it ported to newer devices like the SHIELD. See our favorite titles below, or check out the entire sale here.

NVIDIA Stories March 27

expiredNVIDIA Shield TV 16GB on sale for $153 shipped, today only (Reg. $200)

Best Buy’s official eBay storefront offers the NVIDIA Shield TV 16GB for $152.99 shipped when promo code PREPSPRING is applied during checkout. Regularly $200, this is $7 less than our previous mention and the best available. It sells for $180 at Amazon. Rated 4.3/5 stars by over 1,200 Amazon reviewers.

NVIDIA Stories March 9

expiredPick up a NVIDIA SHIELD TV w/ game remote for 20% off: $160 (Reg. $200)

Newegg’s official eBay storefront offers the NVIDIA SHIELD TV 16GB set-top box with a bundled game controller for $159.99 shipped when code PSPRING20 is used at checkout. Hurry, this code ends tonight. Normally $200, we don’t see many major deals come to NVIDIA’s set-top box. Rated 4.3/5 stars from over 1,200 on Amazon and you can check out our full review here, or watch our hands-on video below.

NVIDIA Stories December 5, 2014

Amazon has the recently released 13-inch Acer Chromebook (CB5-311-T9B0) for $199.99 shipped. That’s $100 off the original price tag, $50 or more under the average selling price from a trusted retailer and the best price we’ve found on this model since it released just over two months ago in late September.

To make the deal even sweeter, Google is offering 1TB of free Google Drive storage ($10/month for a total value of $240) with the purchase of any Chromebook (from an authorized reseller) right now. The offer is eligible on Chromebook purchases from now through December 31, 2014 and can be redeemed here.

The CB5-311 has a 13-inch, 1920 x 1080 display, 11 hours of battery life, 2GB of RAM and 16GB storage all running on a NVIDIA Tegra K1 Quad Core 2.1 GHz Processor. It also has an SD card reader, 802.11AC Wi-Fi featuring MIMO technology, Bluetooth 4.0, built-In HD webcam, and USB/HDMI connectivity. More specs below.

This model has so far received a 4.1/5 star rating from 50 Amazon customers. You can check out more great Chromebook options to pair up with the free 1TB Google Drive storage in our previous roundup.

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NVIDIA Stories March 26, 2014

Update (3/27 12:45pm): The price drop is now live at Amazon.

NVIDIA is making another push to get Shield into as many gamers’ hands as possible by shaving another $50 off its price tag and announcing future Android KitKat support. Shield was originally slated to carry a list price of $349, but was dropped to $299 before its release late last summer. It then fell to $249 for the holidays, and now it’s received another $50 drop bringing it to its lowest price ever, just $199 with free shipping. The price is now live at NVIDIA’s official online store and other resellers like GameStop and Newegg, but some partners are still listing it at holiday pricing. This temporary price reduction is only valid through April.

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