Year after year, Nvidia continues to update its Shield TV streaming box. The company has just launched its Firmware Shield Experience 9.0, a 27th update that offers to switch to Android TV 11, among other things.
As the focus is on sustainable products, it is important to let people know when a manufacturer is coming up with great things in this area. This is especially the case with Nvidia, which offers exemplary software monitoring with its Shield TV multimedia box. Released in 2015, updated in 2017 and again in 2019, these boxes dedicated to multimedia streaming and video games have their software constantly updated.
The 27th update is called Shield Experience 9.0. The major innovation lies in the presence of Android TV 11, the latest version of Google’s operating system. This version seamlessly integrates the Google TV interface, already used on the Shield TV for about a year – but as a separate module – and all kinds of developments such as native integration of the Google Gboard keyboard. brings its share of. In bulk, we also note the presence of new options related to power management, Stadia support (new gamepads supported) or even expanded support for 4K video in Dolby Vision or Atmos.
Nvidia takes this opportunity to point out that Shield TVs support GeForce Now service at up to 4K with HDR image and 7.1 sound – other connected platforms that have to content themselves with streaming in Full HD.
The Shield Experience 9.0 update is now available for download on Shield TV. It belongs to both the first generation (2015) and the second (2017) and third (2019) boxes. Excellent!
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