Amazon isn’t the only retailer that’s leaking NVIDIA’s upcoming Shield TV devices.
Two new NVIDIA Shield TV products have appears on the shelves of at least one Best Buy store before their official announcement. Reddit user Bubba_Nosferatu posted several photos of the two devices, confirming their prices and giving us a good look at their packaging.
The new NVIDIA Shield TV Pro box is priced at $199.99 and features Dolby Vision and Atmos support along with 4K HDR, two USB 3.0 ports, 3GB of RAM, 16GB of built-in storage, and NVIDIA’s Tegra X1+ processor. There’s also a new remote that includes Bluetooth and IR controls, a microphone for voice control, backlit buttons, and a remote locator feature. It’s powered by two AAA batteries that are included in the box.
Meanwhile, the NVIDIA Shield TV that’s shaped like a tube comes with 8GB of storage, Dolby Vision and Atmos support, 4K HDR support, and the same new remote as the NVIDIA Shield TV Pro. Its listed with a price tag of $149.99.
NVIDIA hasn’t yet officially announced these new Shield TV products, but that could happen as soon as next week. The official NVIDIA Shield account on Twitter today posted posted a cryptic tweet today with the date “10.28.19”, suggesting that it could have some news to share on October 28th.
— NVIDIA SHIELD (@NVIDIASHIELD) October 24, 2019