Nvidia announces $199 4K Android TV gaming console and Full HD game-streaming service

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Talk about game-changing: Nvidia just announced the Shield, the world’s first 4K Android TV gaming console, at Game Developers Conference today in San Francisco. The device will be available this May for $199. Along with the new entertainment system, the company also announced its Grid game-streaming service, which will deliver games on-demand via the cloud at 1080p Full HD resolution and 60 fps. The Shield console will deliver video, music, and Android apps and games to the living room, powered by Nvidia’s new Tegra X1 processor with 3GB RAM. It can play and capture 4K video content and offers high-resolution…

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