My initial experience with NVIDIA SHIELD 2017 was a positive one. While the device does not – at first – seem to be all that different from its predecessor, several key distinctions make the release of 2017’s SHIELD an important one. One of these is the dedication to legacy users NVIDIA is showing with this new product – all software features and connectivity to new devices will be given to the previous model – it’ll work just as well as this new one.
I’m excited about getting to use this new NVIDIA SHIELD device at home, even if it has the same processor, RAM, storage, and connectivity as the previous model. This comes from my personal perspective as an every-single-day SHIELD user – I’ve been using the original NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV device since before its public release. After I reviewed the original NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV, I got one connected to my living room TV and haven’t stopped using it since.
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