Cord cutters out there who also want to play the occasional video game have a great option for both with the NVIDIA SHIELD TV. During the holiday shopping season, the 4K TV streamer was on sale with discounts that gave about $30 off the device. If you missed those deals, Amazon is offering discounts on several SHIELD TV bundles matching those holiday discounts.
Amazon is offering the SHIELD TV Gaming Edition that includes the remote and a gaming controller for $168; that is a discount of $31.99 off the regular $199.99 retail price. If you don’t want to play any games on the device, you can get the SHIELD TV with the remote for $149, a $30 discount off the regular $179 price. A SHIELD TV device with the SmartThings Link and remote can be had for $30 off the normal retail price making it $189.99.
- SHIELD TV with remote for $149
- SHIELD TV with remote and game controller for $168
- SHIELD TV with SmartThings Link for $189.99
If you are unfamiliar with the NVIDIA SHIELD TV, the device supports 4K HDR content along with high-quality sound thanks to support for Dolby Atmos, and DTS-X surround sound. There is a wide range of apps that are available for the device including Prime Video, Netflix, and Vudu among others. SHIELD TV works with Alexa allowing the Echo to connect via the SmartThings Link to control compatible smart home devices that use Zigbee and Z-wave. SHIELD TV’s voice assistant allows you to ask questions and see answers on the TV screen including photos, video, sports scores, your calendar, and more.