Nvidia launches Shield Android TV with Google AssistantNvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang introduced the new streaming box, which taps Google Assistant and lets you do things like control your lights or search for a TV show by using voice control.
The new shield is amazing on so many different fronts, but the most important thing the first thing that you get hit by is it's the world's first entertainment platform that is full 4K and HDR. Netflix and Amazon worked closely with our engineers And were announcing that Shield will be the first entertainment platform that is able to enjoy Netflix and Amazons' library of content in 4KHDR. [APPLAUSE] We have 4K services from YouTube. We have 4K services from Google Play. We know that there are all tens of millions of PC gamers around the world. And they have G4s gaming and they would like to take that G4s gaming PC and connect it connect their screen servers to a television. We've worked with vow and we're making available for the very first time a steam App On Android play, a steam map on SHIELD that connects to your PC, and you can enjoy 4K HDR gaming on your TV while it's playing on your PC. And, if you would like to have access to even more games, we now have 1,000 games In the NVIDIA shield game store. This is just an incredible amount of content. 4K HDR you could stream content from your PC through Valve Steam and you could of course enjoy great games on the NVIDIA store, 4K HDR. [APPLAUSE] But we didn't stop there. The two most popular consumer electronics platforms today. One is the smart television, products like Apple TV and the Shield, but the other is the Amazon Echo. It brings AI into your home, allows you to communicate naturally with an AI assistance. We thought why have two devices when you can have one and so we decided to work with Google to create. The worlds first Android tv with the Google assistant. [APPLAUSE] Now your television, which is the largest screen in your house, can be controlled through nefra language. You can control your content. You can access your content. See content. Find content. Play it. Stop it. Fast forward it, look for photographs, ask a questions. You could even control your home.