NVIDIA SHIELD TV Gaming Edition Review
The Nvidia Shield TV box has been at the top of their game ever since they launched the first model. The second model, the Nvidia Shield Gaming Edition, is somewhat smaller but has the same power as the first model. For those who have the pleasure of owning an Nvidia Shield will boast that it is the best TV box in the world. While this may be true depending on how you use it, to others it’s just not the TV box for them. So the debate is never-ending between premium streamers and cord-cutters as to weather the Nvidia Shield it the best TV box existing. Well in my review I am factual and critical also, and from my results which side of the fence do you stand?
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CPU – Tegra X1 octa-core 2 cores 2.0GHz
GPU – Nvidia Graphics
RAM – 3GB DDR4
ROM – 16GB
WIFI – Dual Band 2.4GHz + 5.8GHz
Bluetooth – 4.1
LAN – 1000Mbps
1 HDMI 2.0b with HDCP 2.2
2 USB 3.0
1 GB Ethernet LAN
- Android 9 TV OS Fully certified
- Netflix in HD/4K
- YouTube Android TV in 4K
- Good 4K video playback at 69hz
- Dolby audio and DTS audio passthrough
- Nvidia game library
- High benchmark scores
- Best 3D gaming
- Shield gamepad included
- Wireless Bluetooth remote
- Google assistant
- Antutu – 222,556
- Geekbench 4 – 1450 single-core 4164 multicore
- Ice Storm extreme – MAX
- Slingshot – 3,744
- RAM copy speed – 7,810
There isn’t much I can say about the Nvidia Shield aside from what I got during the video. The Shield is indeed a super TV box but it is far from perfect when it comes to satisfying user’s needs mainly those who and not interested in gaming and paid Nexflix subscription. To some the Nvidia shield is overrated, and to others it the best of the best of the best. What are your thoughts?
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3 thoughts on “Nvidia Shield TV Gaming Edition Review and Nvidia Shield Pro 2019 Leaked”
I miss auto refresh rate mode for smooth video reproduction.
The cons listed at the end of your review are right on. While there is no argument about the super quality of the Nvidia Shield’s hardware, the inferior RAM, internal memory, along with having to sideload a lot of the desirable android apps/apps made me give up this device a while ago as my primary streaming box. There are a lot of good quality 4gb RAM, 64 gb memory devices running on pure android that offer a lot more customization.
Your list of “cons” is spot on and the primary reasons I gave up Nvidia Shield as my primary streaming device. Regardless of how good the hardware is, for a device this expensive not to have a fully functional remote, more RAM/internal memory and lack of customization options is ridiculous.