Earlier this week, NVIDIA announced that the Tegra X1 processor would be powering the company’s first set-top box aimed at living room, with the announcement of the NVIDIA Shield console. The SHIELD will run Android TV and act as a do it all device that will allow you to play games, watch videos and connect to the GRID streaming service among other things. With an MSRP of $199 and availability in May, the SHIELD Set-Top box has grabbed the attention of many this week. . The benchmarks out on the web that show off the true performance numbers behind the NVIDIA SHIELD console are far and few between, so we managed to track done some NVIDIA employees and get some 1-on-1 time with an early sample of the NVIDIA SHIELD to run some benchmarks on it.
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