The NVIDIA Shield Android TV is the most powerful Android-based set-top box yet thanks to its Tegra X1 SOC mobile processor that combines an 8-core 64-bit ARM CPU with an integrated Maxwell 256-core GPU typically seen in the chipmaker's high-end graphics cards. The high-end components are intended to bring streaming media and game content to 4K displays, so long as your internet connection is beefy enough to match. We put NVIDIA's latest Shield device to the test in our review.
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