Amazon Is Selling The Nexus Player For $68.50

There are really only two available options for Android TV devices out there at the current moment, one of them being the recently launched NVIDIA SHIELD console starting at $199 which by all accounts, seems like a great device for what it does. For anyone that is looking for something less game-oriented, the other option right now is Google and ASUS' Nexus Player which launched officially last year. Originally this would cost consumers $99, but Amazon has a deal right now which gives consumers just over $30 off the cost of the device bringing it down to $68.50, which is a pretty great deal. This deal comes with the Nexus Player itself and the remote with voice control, sadly if you wanted the game controller that would have to be purchased separately. If you're an Amazon Prime member not only do you get the awesome savings, but you also get free 2-day shipping on your purchase.

Nexus Player - Amazon

Nexus Player Gamepad - Amazon

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