Original NVIDIA Shield TV is now getting Android 7.0 Nougat with Amazon Video stuff

NVIDIA has eventually started rolling out Android 7.0 Nougat for original Shield TV. The company calls it Shield Experience Upgrade 5.0 update. It is the biggest update to date for the original Shield TV. It includes much more exciting stuff than you think.

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NVIDIA announces 4K HDR enabled New SHIELD Android TV Console starting USD 199

NVIDIA has officially announced New SHIELD Android TV Console at CES 2017. It brings support for 4K HDR content directly from Amazon, Netflix and Google Assistant. The new SHIELD also comes with upgraded SHIELD Controller for better gaming experience. The 16GB variant has been priced at USD 199, and the higher 500GB variant will set you back at USD 299.

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Meet the Mi Wi-Fi Speaker and Mi Home Theater with PatchWall AI tech

Xiaomi has announced new products in its Mi Eco-system called Mi Wi-Fi Speaker and Mi Home Theater. Both products are powered by the company’s PatchWall AI technology to learn your habits for better content predictions. To remind you, Xiaomi originally announced PatchWall AI tech with Mi Box 3c and Mi Box 3s earlier this month.

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Xiaomi announces AI interface based Mi Box 3c and Mi Box 3s Smart 4K TV box

Xiaomi has officially unveiled first Artificial Intelligence based Mi Box 3c and Mi Box 3s Smart 4K TV boxes. As their names suggest, both supports 4K streaming. Additionally, Mi Box 3s is also compatible with HDR content. Xiaomi has implemented an AI based PatchWall Interface to improve the content suggestions.

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Google Home is official for $129, it assistants you at your home

Google Home is a new product from the search giant Google to assist you when you are in your home. It is a small device that will trigger actions with “Ok Google” phrase. It can control your home appliances like thermostats, bulbs, speakers, TVs, Chromecast devices, etc.

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Chromecast Ultra with 4K streaming and HDR support announced for $69

The increased demand for 4K videos forced Google to unveil a brand new Chrome Cast Ultra. It is the successor for the second generation Chrome Cast, but it moves away from the ‘Chrome’ branding. All you see is single “G” (G for Google). Chrome Cast Ultra brings support for 4K video streaming for rapidly increasing 4K screens.

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