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Nvidia Shield TV 2019 gets its first discount at $130 ($20 off) (Update: Extra $5 off at B&H)

Nvidia introduced the two newest products in its Shield line of Android TV devices: the cylindrical Shield TV dongle and the more box-like Shield TV Pro. The slim, discrete Shield TV has received its first real discount since release. While it typically retails for $150, you can now pick one up for $130 from many retailers.

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Nvidia Shield Experience 8.0.2 adds support for new Shield remote, NAS-based DVR storage, and more

Nvidia has rolled out a huge number of updates to its Shield Android TV boxes even after launching new versions, and it's not stopping now. Shield Experience 8.0.2 is available, and it adds support for that fancy new remote you can finally buy. That's not all—there's also improved NAS DVR functionality and new apps.

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Nvidia's Shield TV dongle can only run 32-bit apps, but you (probably) don't need to panic

Late last year, Nvidia released a pair of new Shield TV devices: the tube-shaped Shield TV dongle, and the more traditional Shield TV Pro. It was later discovered that the dongle ran a 32-bit version of Android TV, which caused some to worry about incompatible apps, but you (probably) have nothing to worry about.

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Every new Android TV announced at CES 2020

Just like any year, this year's CES has focused quite a bit on television sets. And just like any (recent) year, this year brings us a whole slew of new Android TV products. To make it easier to sift through them, we've compiled this article combining all the announcements from the show, sorted alphabetically by manufacturer.

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Hisense debuts $6,000 short-throw laser projector that runs Android TV

Hisense has introduced its 2020 high-end TV lineup during CES, but among the more regular products, the company has also announced a $5,999 short-throw laser projector running Android TV. The device is capable of outputting a 4K 100-inch image and has embedded 30W speakers with dbx-tv support.

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Epson unveils new mini laser projector with Android TV and Netflix support

There are not many projectors with Android TV built-in ⁠— we reviewed the Anker Nebula Capsule II and XGIMI Mogo and walked away impressed by them, but didn't like that neither of them has any official support for Netflix. Though you can always sideload the Netflix mobile app, it can be difficult to control and quite janky. The newly announced Epson EF-100 projector isn't quite comparable to those two ⁠— with no battery, it's not very portable ⁠— but it's the first Android TV projector we've come across with official Netflix support, and that's pretty exciting.

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Sony's 55-85" X950G and X900F 4K Android TVs drop to their lowest prices ever at Amazon and Best Buy (up to $1,000 off)

If you didn't jump on the Sony TV sales we covered in October, your patience has paid off. In one final push up to Christmas, Sony's X950G and X900F Android TVs have officially hit some of the lowest prices we've seen on these models. You can pick up your own X950G or X900F from Amazon or Best Buy right now for as low as $798 ($202 off).

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This 65" Hisense H6500F Android TV is $350 ($150 off) at Best Buy, today only

If you don't have the extra cash to throw at some of the more expensive 4K TVs we've covered this week, there are still plenty of wallet-friendly options ripe for the taking. Today only, you can pick up a brand new 65" Hisense H6500F Series Android TV for just $349.99 ($150 off) at Best Buy.

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Save up to $3,000 on Sony's premium Master Series Android TVs, starting at $1,798

Christmas is basically around the corner, but if you're still looking for a very expensive gift, a Sony Master Series TV might do just fine. Models ranging from 65 to 98 inches are currently discounted on Amazon and Best Buy. The smallest one is going for as little as $1,798, which is $1,200 off.

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Google Assistant on Android TV gains support for Hindi and Vietnamese (Update: Swedish)

The Google Assistant may be a polyglot among its AI-powered virtual brethren, but what mars the experience is its lingual inconsistency across supported platforms. Even though it’s been conversing in Hindi and Vietnamese on phones for long, the support for Android TV was just added. The two Asian languages join a small list of languages that the Assistant can understand and speak on your big screen.

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