Nvidia comes with games focused on set-top box based on Android TV




Nvidia has announced a new addition to his Shield product line at the GDC 2015: a set-top box which mainly playing games is directed. The set-top box is powered by Android TV and is adjacent to a console capable senior lecturer both streaming video and play locally.

According to tech blog Engadget announced Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang console during the GDC press conference as a “revolutionary TVs, gaming console ‘and’ supercomputer ‘. The latter does not include the latest mobile processor from Nvidia which is in the console, the Tegra X1 , but streaming games through the Grid cloud service from Nvidia.

The console includes an HDMI output on the back. According to Nvidia, the set-top box is able to play an associate professor content. There is also a Gigabit Ethernet connection available, while the internal flash storage is 16GB. Working memory is 3GB in size. Furthermore, the shield-top box offers a microSD card reader and two USB 3.0 connectors. In addition to control via the supplied Shield gamepad includes voice control possible.

Nvidia claims that various games for Android TV and Shield platform will be optimized. The company calls titles like Borderlands: The Presequel, Doom 3: BFG Edition, The Talos Principle, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance and Crysis 3. With the introduction would at least fifty games should be available.

Huang says that gamers with the Shield set-top box to subscribe to the upcoming release of Grid-game streaming service. Through that service , PC games through the set-top box streaming play. Grid will come with the introduction of the Shield console out of beta. At launch, the console will work with a Shield game pad costs $ 200, converted 178 euros.


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