Google announced Android TV years ago, but only a few device makers even tried to create boxes with the software. Some, like Razer, have seen their efforts fail. Nvidia has had some success with its range of Shield Android TVs, and a new version may have just visited the FCC. The FCC documentation calls this mysterious component the "NVIDIA Corporation SHIELD P3430 Android TV Game Console."
Nvidia produced two rounds of the Android TV shield. The first launched in 2015 with a remote control and a game controller. In 2017, Nvidia launched a new version of the console with a smaller footprint and the ability to buy without a game controller. Based on limited data from the FCC record, the new shield does not look like a radical change.
The two existing versions of the shield work on the Nvidia Tegra X1 chip. It's an eight-core ARM chip with four Cortex A57 cores and four A53 Cortex cores. You will notice that these CPU designs are a few years old. Nvidia has not made any major changes to the Tegra X1, but its Maxwell custom GPU remains impressive. That's probably why Nintendo chose it for the Nintendo switch.
According to the FCC record, the new shield will have Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, which is not exactly a shock. There are also no images of the material. All we can really understand from the FCC report is that there is a new shield, which should be coming soon. A launch in 2019 would also correspond to the previous biennial update cycle.
The new Shield would have the Tegra X1 T214 processor. This is the same variant that Nintendo uses in the next Switch Lite and the Enhanced SKU of the classic switch. It has the same configuration, but the design improvements should make the clock speeds higher and the temperatures lower ugly.
While the shield is an Android TV box, one of its main reasons is to run Nvidia's GeForce Now game streaming service. Nvidia has been trying to make this work for years, but Google may not have enough time now that Google is about to launch Stadia.
We are in the middle of a real heat wave and if you have not already melted, or if you have not gone into a heat-induced frenzy, we have offers for you help to cope.
We've spotted the best deals on a range of summer products, including fans, bar accessories and inflatable pools. You can also save on great 4K TVs, just in case it's too hot to leave the house.
These are the best deals on the Internet on July 24th.
Choose from bar accessories, inflatable pools, spas, kitchen appliances and smart appliances for the home.
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Amazon has dropped some good deals on its subscription services, like a four-month contract. subscription for 99p, three months of free and a year of membership for only £ 59, down £ 20 from the price displayed. For all the best Amazon deals, game deals and laptop deals, check out these pages:
TVs are always popular during Prime Day and if you want to invest in a new model, you're in the right place. We have spotted the best OLED, QLED, 4K, 8K and cheap TV deals on all major brands.
These are the best TV offers from Amazon Prime Day 2019:
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is Amazon's clever way to reward Prime members by offering great discounts on a wide range of categories. The sale has been held annually since 2015 and stands at the same level as Black Friday and Cyber Monday as one of the year 's retail events.
will last 48 full hours in 2019, from July 15 to midnight to July 16 at midnight, or 48 hours. We checked the calculation. The event lasts longer, year after year. The first day was only 24 hours the first year. Ah, such simple times. Amazon then extended the sale to 30 hours and last year to 36 hours. Now he offers 48 hours of bargains. Will this trend continue next year? Only time will tell.
You can always expect good deals on Amazon's own devices, and these are usually the best-selling items on Amazon Prime Day. Last year, the has been reduced from £ 89.99 to £ 59.99, the fell from £ 49.99 to just £ 29.99, and the has been reduced from £ 199.99 to £ 99.99. Firewalls, Fire TVs and Kindle have also been sharply reduced. Keep your eyes on this page for the best Amazon device deals.
To participate in Prime Day, you must be a primary member. The index is in the name.
Amazon Prime only costs £ 59 per year until July 16 and offers unlimited day-to-day delivery on many items, as well as Amazon Prime Video, Prime Music, Prime Reading and early access to offers. . Amazon Prime members also benefit from quick access to flash offers. These are often the best deals and sell quickly.
The easiest way to access all the benefits is to sign up for a free account. . You can also pay for a month of if you do not want to sign up for a membership year. Students can register for a free six-month trial. If you have already used it, you can still benefit from a 50% discount on a subscription year at only £ 39 a year for a period of up to four years.
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The new feature will be available to customers in North America this month. Europe and Asia will get it "in the coming weeks".
Not all LG TVs will benefit from the upgrade. Only the 2019 models of the company with artificial intelligence (ie those with the nickname ThinQ). These include LG UHD TVs, NanoCell TVs and OLED TVs. The update will be implemented via the Alexa application on these models.
Note that Alexa was available on some LG TVs through the use of an external device. now, no device of this type will be necessary.
The complete list of countries that will get this feature is: Austria, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Spain, United Kingdom and United States.
Through Alexa's assistance, users will be able to control their smart home products, ask their questions on television and access more than 90,000 Alexa Skills. LG's ThinQ TVs already support Google Assistant (since 2018), but it's also nice to have the Alexa option if you prefer the Amazon Smart Wizard.
LG also announced that its 2019 OLED and NanoCell TVs would receive AirPlay 2 and HomeKit support "via a mid-year update".
LG says its ThinQ technology allows its TVs to handle more complex applications and understand "hundreds of voice commands." In recent years, the company has widely promoted the artificial intelligence capabilities of its products, adding the ThinQ nickname to smartphones and other products in its range.
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We've already seen it in a very stylized promotional photo, but the Ruby Rose Batwoman made her debut in this teaser of the upcoming series.
Do not expect much for first readings. This 30 second excerpt is more about creating the mood, starting with a slow panning on the side of a building, a floating cape and a quick glimpse of the iconic Bat Signal.
Then we see our hero turn and face the camera and … boom. Meet Batwoman We do not know when she will be here, but the teaser promises that she "is coming soon".
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Treasures of GoT Fans flocked to social media after the premiere of "The Long Night" to complain about the dark, but the director of photography, Fabian Wagner, assured that the problem was not his fault. Read more …