Nvidia Shield Pro with 500GB of memory revealed by Amazon
A page of Amazon, removed after a short time, would confirm the existence of a second model Shield Pro, the console Android TV Nvidia, equipped with a cutting of internal memory 500GB.
Over the last few years Nvidia has made quite clear its intention to earn a slice of the gaming market by producing some console alternatives besides its most popular graphics cards.
In this sense, the path of the US producer began with Nvidia Shield, a small handheld console features a display placed on a compact controller that was later achieved by Shield Tablet, a terminal rather interesting for those users who are not closely interested in videogames.
The latest iteration of the project is the Nvidia Shield Android TV, device somewhere between a compact console and a set-top box. The first model (which shares the same name of the handheld console) was presented in early March and in recent weeks were circulating rumors, quickly denied by the company, the existence of a second model.
Provided that Amazon does not mint that model, called Shield Pro, there is indeed. The images taken directly from the product page, which appeared a few hours ago and subsequently removed, showing a box that indicates the presence of an internal memory of 500GB. The latter detail appears when the only noticeable difference between the two versions while the other features should be the same as the base model.
- Processor: NVIDIA Tegra X1 Maxwell GPU with 256-core
- Video features: 4K Ultra HD-Ready
- Audio: 7.1 and 5.1 Surround outuput
- Storage: 16GB
- Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11ac 2×2 MIMO 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz
- Interfaces: Gigabit Ethernet, HDMI 2.0, Two USB 3.0 (Type A), Micro-USB 2.0, IR receiver
- Power: 40W
- Dimensions: 210x130x25 mm
- Weight: 654 grams
If everything had to match the advances the starting price of the Pro version of the console Nvidia would be reasonable.