NVIDIA SHIELD TV With Remote and Controller $159 – Newegg Cyber Monday 2018 Deals


The NVIDIA SHIELD TV runs on Android TV and is one of the more popular streaming media players on the market. This is all the more impressive considering it also happens to be one one of the most expensive streaming media players available. Thankfully, deals often come along which makes the value on offer even better as is the case with Black Friday 2018. As the SHIELD TV (with remote and controller) can now be picked up in the US for just $159 from many retailers including Amazon, Newegg and even NVIDIA's own website.

The SHIELD TV is available in a number of different package options and so while you can technically opt for a cheaper package (from as low as $139 at the moment), the cheaper one only features the standard SHIELD Remote. In contrast this deal also includes the SHIELD Controller (as well as the remote) which retails for $59 on its own in the US. Making this a significantly better buy than the cheaper package and especially for those who want to take advantage of the main gaming-related features on offer with the SHIELD TV, including GeForce NOW, GameStream, and a number of exclusive Android titles. To put this price into perspective, this particular remote and controller bundle has become available for $159 in the past, but never lower. So you are getting the best price available to date, on what is arguably the best streaming media package. To learn more about the NVIDIA SHIELD TV read our full review.

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