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June 15, 2022

Most 4K streaming sticks cost around $50, which is pretty reasonable. But the NVIDIA Shield TV starts at $150. And while that’s obviously a lot of money, the Shield TV is worth every penny.

NVIDIA Shield TV offers a ton of features, including AI image enhancement, that are incredibly valuable on a streaming device. And if you’re a serious geek, you can do some crazy things with NVIDIA’s expensive hardware. Check our top story for more.

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TODAY'S TOP STORY Why Is NVIDIA Shield TV so Expensive?

Most streaming sticks from Roku, Google, and Amazon cost less than $50 and support 4K video. But the NVIDIA Shield TV starts at $150, a price that’s only matched by Apple TV boxes. It’s an outrageous amount of money to pay for a streaming stick, but still, the NVIDIA Shield TV is worth every penny. Read More »

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