Deal | The rarely discounted Nvidia Shield TV Pro is finally on sale
There are lots of different streaming devices to choose from nowadays, but unfortunately many are tied to a proprietary operating system like Apple's tvOS or Amazon's Fire OS. Streaming enthusiasts who would like to invest in a more open streaming device based on Android TV should take a look at a current deal for the Nvidia Shield TV Pro, which has just been hit with a rare discount on Amazon.
Instead of the usual asking price of US$200, the Nvidia Shield TV Pro can currently be ordered for an intriguing US$179 on Amazon. According to the price tracker camelcamelcamel, this is the first time in a year that the Nvidia Shield TV Pro is on sale for 10% off, which means that prospective buyers of the Nvidia streaming device should not hesitate too long if they want to take advantage of this deal.
The Nvidia Shield TV Pro is equipped with the quite strong Nvidia Tegra X1+ SoC, which is pretty good at upscaling regular HD content to 4K. The Shield also comes with HDR, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos support, and the integrated 16GB of storage are more than enough to install all notable streaming app in existence. Besides Amazon, the Nvidia Shield TV Pro is also on sale at Best Buy, and both vendors currently still have the device in stock for the discounted price of US$179.
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