NVIDIA Shield TV Discounted Tonight to £119.99 For Black Friday



/ 3 years ago

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Black Friday sales are almost upon us and retailers have already started to discount items via flash deals. Although, the major discounts should start tomorrow and really ramp up on Friday. One example which caught my eye is the NVIDIA Shield TV which offers 4K streaming functionality, an excellent supply of Android games and GeForce Now subscription service. The Shield TV features a Tegra X1 processor, 3GB RAM and supports a host of services from Netflix to Plex. If you’d like to know more about the Android TV, please visit our comprehensive review here.

Later on today, or possibly tonight, the NVIDIA Shield TV will be discounted to £119.99 which includes the gamepad and remote worth £39.99 on its own! At £119.99, this is great value and a suitable choice for NVIDIA users wanting to stream their game library to a TV or people demanding the best possible performance. While there are cheaper alternatives out there, the Shield TV’s specification and 4K streaming functionality is an attractive proposition at this discounted price.

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The sale will commence on NVIDIA’s Store relatively soon until stocks last. I can see this deal being quite popular and it’s already been posted on HotUKDeals. As a result, it’s best to keep an eye out on the official store to see when the deal finally goes live.

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