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NVIDIA Shield P2571

The NVIDIA Shield Android TV (originally known as Shield Console) is an Android TV based set-top box aimed at both home entertainment and gaming in the living-room. Developed by NVIDIA and first released in the end of May 2015, this is NVIDIA's third-generation "SHIELD" gaming hardware device, which all devices in the series use Android and Tegra based SoC (System on Chip). It is the first device from NVIDIA to employ the Android TV platform and ecosystem. It can output 4K resolution to a television and support high definition audio at 192 kHz. It supports NVIDIA's GRID game streaming service in order to play PC games through SHIELD from the cloud.

Manufacturer: NVIDIA
Date: May 2015

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH39735. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

NVIDIA Shield P2571

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